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C++ : Effective Object-Oriented Software Construction

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Suitable for an undergraduate introductory course on Object-Oriented Programming; assumes familiarity with C++ syntax and some general programming experience.This practical guide drives home the essential concepts and principles of object-oriented programming development, helping users understand the basic paradigms necessary to build a strong foundation in this cutting-edge software world, and giving them the tools and know-how to work and succeed in any O-O environment.show more

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  • Paperback | 704 pages
  • 177.8 x 233.68 x 27.94mm | 1,088.62g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0131041185
  • 9780131041189

Table of contents

I. CONCEPTS, PRACTICES, AND APPLICATIONS. 1. What Is Object-Oriented Programming? 2. What Is Data Abstraction? 3. Data Abstraction with C++. 4. Initialization and Garbage Collection within OOP. 5. The Inheritance Concept. 6. The Concept of Multiple Inheritance. 7. Selective Exports from Classes (Friend Functions). 8. The Concept of Operator Overloading. 9. Generic Types. 10. Expecting the Unexpected. II. USING OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING EFFECTIVELY. 11. Mastering Data Abstraction. 12. Using Inheritance Effectively. 13. Understanding the C++ Object Model. Bibliographical References and Recommended Reading. Index.show more

About Kayshav Dattatri

KAYSHAV DATTATRI is project leader at Netscape Communications Corp. He was formerly technical leader at Taligent, Inc., where he designed and implemented software for a leading-edge, object-oriented application development framework. He is also an independent consultant/trainer in the areas of object-oriented design and C++. He has more than a decade's experience with a broad range of object-oriented languages, including C++, Smalltalk, Eiffel, and Modula-2, and is a well-known instructor for the University of California Berkeley Extension program, very popular for his depth of knowledge and natural flair for teaching. He has been programming with C++ since 1987.show more

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