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eBook C++:  A Beginner's Guide, 3rd Edition ePub
Author: Herbert Schildt
Language: English
ISBN: 0071634665
ISBN13: 978-0071634663
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media; 3 edition (July 6, 2014)
Pages: 656
Category: Programming Languages
Subcategory: Computers
Rating: 4.4
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ePub file: 1396 kb
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Written by Herb Schildt, this step-by-step book is ideal for first-time programmers or those new to C++. The modular approach of this series, including sample projects and progress checks, makes it easy to learn to use C++ at your own pace.

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Written by top-selling programming author Herb Schildt, C++: A Beginner's Guide, Third Edition is fully updated to cover the new features in C++. The book includes two new chapters and integrates a significant portion of new material into existing chapters.

This hands-on, self-paced guide offers full coverage of C++, the premier language of high-performance systems software development. You’ll learn about concepts, multithreading, regular expressions, lambda expressions, new keywords, upgrades to the for loop, and much more. Get started programming with C++ right away and get up to speed on all of the new features. Ready-to-use code is available for download.

Designed for Easy Learning: Key Skills & Concepts—Chapter-opening lists of specific skills covered in the chapter Ask the Expert—Q&A sections filled with bonus information and helpful tips Try This—Hands-on exercises that show you how to apply your skills Notes—Extra information related to the topic being covered Tips—Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things Cautions—Errors and pitfalls to avoid Annotated Syntax—Example code with commentary that describes the programming techniques being illustrated

Adopted this textbook for my Computer Science I and II course. Students will have had the C language and structured programming before arriving here to add C++ and object-oriented programming. A methodical introduction with good examples. Therefore, also suitable for self-study. Well written, well organized. From here, students can readily add Java, Python, C#, or Go or begin the study of non-imperative languages. I also have Schildt's second edition - shop carefully to find the edition you want.
The first 7 chapters deal with the non-object oriented aspects, such as iteration, conditional branching, functions, data types, etc. Chapter 8 and on (the book has 12 chapters) deal with the OOP aspects: classes, inheritance, polymorphism, etc.
Schidt's book covers all of the basics you need to program in C++. In fact, I just wrote a chess program in C++ based on what I learned. Besides the non-OOP aspects taught in the book, the program also implements polymorphism by calling virtual functions of derived classes through base-class pointers, dynamic allocation of memory, and so on.
Note, however, that the book is meant to teach you the **fundamentals**. Schildt has more advanced books than this one. The code examples are complete programs, but they use the easiest, simplest, and shortest examples to make the point. That is, one should not model his/her programming standards off of the code samples. Use this book for what it is meant for: learning about the fundamentals of C++, not for a guidebook on exactly how to write professional programs. (If you are wanting a more advanced book on C++, which actually provides you with recommendations on standard practices to follow, you could get one of Schildt's other offereings, or, I also recommend the Deitel & Deitel book: but be warned, unlike this book by Schildt theirs might sound like Greek to newbies).
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