|Title||OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING USING C++||Height||23 mm|
|Publisher||Financial Times / Imprint Of Pearson||Pages||576|
|Edition||2||Availability||Out Of Stock|
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OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING USING C++
Object-Oriented Programming Using C++ , Second Edition provides the experienced programmer with a clear and thorough introduction to the object-oriented paradigm using ANSI C++. Each chapter introduces you to specific C++ languages features that support object-oriented programming concepts, including the most recent additions to the language such STL, namespaces, RTTI and boot type For Sale in Indian subcontinent onlyFeatures Reflects the latest developments in the C++ANSI standard including substantial detail on the new STL libraries. Explains how an object-oriented programming concept is supported by a language feature. Teaches by example, introducing you to full working programs right from the start. Incorporates interactive, proven exercises to help check your understanding of key OO concepts and put them into practice.Table of Contents: Contents Why Object-Oriented Programming in C++? Native Types and Statements Functions and Pointers Implementing ADTs in the Base Language Data Hiding and Member Functions Object Creation and Destruction Ad Hoc Poymorhism Visitation: Iterators and Containers Templates, Generic Programming, and STL Inheritance Exceptions OOP Using C++ Appendices ASCII Character Codes Operator Precedence and Associativity Language Guide Input/Output STL and String Libraries References Index