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Simply C++ An Application Driven Tutorial Approach, 1/e

Simply C++, 1/e

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© 2005
pages: 704

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Book Description
Table of Contents
Preface (Includes Tour of the Book)
Code Examples
Ancillary Support
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Sample Chapters:

Tutorial 1: Introduction to Computers, the Internet and C++

Tutorial 2: Introduction to C++ Programming

Tutorial 3: Introduction to Variables, Input, Memory Concepts and Arithmetic

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Book Description

This book combines the DEITELŪ signature LIVE-CODE Approach with a new APPLICATION-DRIVEN methodology, in which readers build real-world applications that incorporate C++ programming fundamentals. Readers build and execute complete applications from start to finish while learning the basics of programming from the ground up!

Book Testimonials

"Simply C++ does an excellent job of weaving the technical material around a series of examples that are illustrative, illuminating, and entertaining."
-John Varghese, UBS Warburg

"The text is well written, containing easy to understand theory, practical examples and exercises. The hands-on approach is an excellent training tool; the student learns C++ simply and completely. Excellent guided chapter exercises. Good sections on debugging."
-Marg Chauvin, Palm Beach Community College

"This is a really innovative approach to the presentation of basic programming concepts. The tutorials are subdivided into small, easily understood pieces as a
concept program is developed."

-Ed Brunjes, Miramar College

"One of the best treatments of 2-D arrays I've seen in 30+ years of industry and teaching."
 -Marg Chauvin, Palm Beach Community College

"What has impressed me the most is the exercises. There are plenty of exercises with each tutorial that give the reader an opportunity to practice and re-enforce the concepts covered. It is impressive that you make yourselves so available."
-Catherine Wyman, Senior Professor, DeVry University

"Wow! This is the best tutorial in the book. It provides an excellent account of pointers. I like the real-world linked list example. Exceptional for a college text. I love your use of UML activity diagrams rather than flowcharts."
-Richard Holladay, San Diego Mesa College

"I think this will be a really good book for my on-line classes. This is one of the best tutorial books I have seen! The exercises present meaningful applications that reinforce the tutorial concepts."
-Ed Brunjes, Miramar College

"This is one of the best presentations of operator overloading that I have read."
-Warren Bartlett, Florida Metropolitan University