Who's Afraid of C++ ?
This book teaches you to program in C++, assuming no prior knowledge of programming. The methodology used is to explain the principles of good programming, and then illustrate each of them in the context of a realistic, although simple program. This approach differs from that of the vast majority of C++ books now available, which assume facility with C progamming. From the Foreword by Edward Yourdon: "...This is the best technical book I've read since 'Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance' appeared in the mid-1970s." Computer programming isn't really mysterious, or at least it doesn't have to be when it is explained as clearly and simply as it is in this book. You don't need any prior background in programming to follow Steve Heller's gentle step-by-step path to programming in C++--even experienced programmers can read it without feeling patronized. Features: * Training wheels approach makes a difficult topic far more accessible, with a C++ class library designed specifically for teaching the language * C++ compiler enclosed on CD-ROM, along with examples from book and C++ 'Training Wheels' class library * Foreword by Ed Yourdon
- Mixed media product | 500 pages
- 182.88 x 228.6 x 38.1mm | 2,676.18g
- 01 Jun 1996
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Introduction to programming; hardware fundamentals; basics of programming; more basics; functional literacy; taking inventory; stringing along; down the garden path; summary and future directions.