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An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming in C++: with by Graham M. Seed BEng, MPhil, PhD, MIAP (auth.)

By Graham M. Seed BEng, MPhil, PhD, MIAP (auth.)

An creation to Object-Oriented Programming in C++ with applications in desktop Graphics introduces the reader to programming in C++ step-by-step from the easiest of C++ courses, via positive aspects akin to periods and templates to namespaces. Emphasis is put on constructing an outstanding programming procedure and demonstrating whilst and the way to exploit the extra complex positive factors of C++ during the improvement of sensible programming instruments and classes.
This revised and prolonged second version includes:
- the normal Template Library (STL), an enormous addition to the ANSI C++ standard
- complete insurance of all of the significant themes of C++, similar to Templates; exception dealing with; RTTI
- useful instruments constructed for object-oriented special effects programming
All code application records and workouts are ANSI C++ suitable and feature been compiled on either Borland C++ v5.5 and GNU/Linux g++ v2.91 compilers, and come from the author's net site:

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Another look at pointers. illustrates on uninitialised pointer. illustrates the 0 pointer. illustrates the mixing of types with pointers. illustrates pointers to void. illustrates the use of canst with pointers. illustrates passing function arguments by pointer. illustrates pointer addition. illustrates pointer subtraction. illustrates the increment operator and pointers. illustrates pointers and arrays. illustrates incrementing a pointer. illustrates pointers and two-dimensional arrays. illustrates pointers, arrays and function arguments.

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