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C++ primer / Stanley B. Lippman, Josée Lajoie.

By: Lippman, Stanley B.
Contributor(s): Lajoie, Josée.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Delhi : Pearson Education, c1998; Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, c1998Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xxii, 1237 p. : 24 cm.ISBN: 0201824701; 9780201824704; 8178080486.Subject(s): C++ (Computer program language)DDC classification: 005.133 Online resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents pt. 1. C++, an overview. Getting started ; A tour of C++ -- pt. 2. The basic language. The C++ data types ; Expressions ; Statements ; Abstract container types -- pt. 3. Procedural-based programming. Functions ; Scope and lifetime ; Overloaded functions ; Function templates ; Exception handling ; The generic algorithms -- pt. 4. Object-based programming. Classes ; Class initialization, assignment, and destruction ; Overloaded operators and user-defined conversions ; Class templates -- pt. 5. Object-oriented programming. Class inheritance and subtyping ; Multiple and virtual inheritance ; Uses of inheritance in C++ ; The iostream library -- Appendix: The generic algorithms alphabetically.
Summary: The third edition of the C++ Primer combines Stanley Lippman's practical experience with Josee Lajoie's inside knowledge of the ANSI/ISO Standard C++. This tutorial is rewritten to describe the features and programming usage of Standard C++. Especially useful for developers new to C++ are the many real-world programming examples that illustrate the design of generic and object-oriented programs, the use of templates, and other aspects of program design using Standard C++. In addition, the C++ Primer provides usage and efficiency guidelines where appropriate.
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Includes index.

Table of contents pt. 1. C++, an overview. Getting started ; A tour of C++ --
pt. 2. The basic language. The C++ data types ; Expressions ; Statements ; Abstract container types --
pt. 3. Procedural-based programming. Functions ; Scope and lifetime ; Overloaded functions ; Function templates ; Exception handling ; The generic algorithms --
pt. 4. Object-based programming. Classes ; Class initialization, assignment, and destruction ; Overloaded operators and user-defined conversions ; Class templates --
pt. 5. Object-oriented programming. Class inheritance and subtyping ; Multiple and virtual inheritance ; Uses of inheritance in C++ ; The iostream library --
Appendix: The generic algorithms alphabetically.

The third edition of the C++ Primer combines Stanley Lippman's practical experience with Josee Lajoie's inside knowledge of the ANSI/ISO Standard C++. This tutorial is rewritten to describe the features and programming usage of Standard C++. Especially useful for developers new to C++ are the many real-world programming examples that illustrate the design of generic and object-oriented programs, the use of templates, and other aspects of program design using Standard C++. In addition, the C++ Primer provides usage and efficiency guidelines where appropriate.

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