Schildt, Herbert.

Teach yourself C++ / Herbert Schildt. - 3rd ed. - Berkeley ; New Delhi : Osborne McGraw-Hill ; Tata McGraw-Hill, c1998. - xix, 747 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Includes index.

An overview of C++ --
Introducing classes --
A closer look at classes --
Arrays, pointers, and references --
Function overloading --
Introducing operator overloading --
Inheritance --
Introducing the C++ I/O system --
Advanced C++ I/O --
Virtual functions --
Templates and exception handling --
Run-time type identification and the casting operators --
Namespaces, conversion functions, and miscellaneous topics --
Introducing the standard template library. Table of contents

Summary:
"In this third edition of Teach Yourself C++, Herb's proven plan for success has been thoroughly updated, expanded, and enhanced. Whether you're a C programmer moving up to C++ or an experienced C++ pro looking for coverage of this language's hottest new features, there truly is no better way to learn." "Teach Yourself C++, Third Edition begins with the fundamentals, covers all the essentials, and concludes with a look at some of C++'s most advanced features. Along the way are plenty of practical examples, self-evaluation skill checks, and exercises with answers at the back of the book so you can easily check your progress."--BOOK JACKET.



0078823927 9780078823923 0078823110

97227578


C++ (Computer program language)

QA76.73.C153 / S347 1998

005.133 / STC 1998

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