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The book is designed for those who need a clear and accessible introduction to the C language, and can be used as a tutorial She also talks about computers and algorithmic problem solving, so it can serve as a first programming textbook The authors convincingly show that the topics that were once considered too difficult for an introductory course in C and object oriented programming, you can successfully explain the early stages of learning The book is a good choice for a first acquaintance with C The material is presented in a rigorous but accessible to the novice programmer form The authors cite numerous compiled and tested exercises with answers All included in the program book posted on the Web site publishers DMK and easily accessible to readers The publication is intended for PC users from primary to secondary level , beginners, pupils, students and teachers of informatics....

Title : Programming in C ++
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ISBN : 5519525064
ISBN13 : 978-5519525060
Format Type : EPub
Language : Russisch
Publisher : Book on Demand Ltd 9 Februar 2018
Number of Pages : 674 Seiten
File Size : 793 KB
Status : Available For Download
Last checked : 21 Minutes ago!

Programming in C ++ Reviews

    2019-03-31 14:14

    This book has a very strong emphasis on good programming practices. It spends a lot of time on problem solving and coding style. It moves very slowly, and only introduces classes at the very end. It does not go in depth, but for a person with no programming background, it is ideal. The authors, especially Nell Dale, have been teaching programming for well over twenty years at the University of Texas at Austin, and her experience shows. The only reason I doin't give it five stars is because I feel it sould have covered some more advanced topics. Also, this was written before the ANSI/ISO C++ Standard.

  • None
    2019-04-12 17:18

    This book basicly revolves around 1 out of hunreds of header files! And Mr. Fadoir seems to like it, so I dont, considering he ddoesnt even know c++ and he is teaching it. Oh!, got to go teaher is coming!

  • nexus79
    2019-03-27 16:28

    This is our textbook for my first-year college course in Programming, CMIS 102. It serves its purpose fine for what I need it for, it has decent examples, and it's organized quite well. I didn't give it five stars simply because I think it could have expanded on some topics a little more, and it's not much of a good reference book, the appendixes in the back are very basic.

  • Bob. H.
    2019-04-13 13:15

    I received the book without damage.

  • Michael Quigg
    2019-03-26 15:39

    Helped me out when I did not understand certain commands in C++, although I did not read cover to cover for information retention

  • Steven DeShong
    2019-03-27 18:28

    I bought it for a computer science class in college and it worked out fine, no marks or tears. Would recommend/10.

  • Laura S.
    2019-04-04 11:13

    Nerd heaven

  • C L
    2019-04-15 16:11

    The authors did a great job of introducing the student to C++ in chapters 1-6, but after that the careful and thorough explanations with complete programming examples are no longer found. Instead, the authors in covering Functions, Control Structures, Data Types, Structured Types, Data Abstraction, Classes, Arrays, Array-based lists, Object-oriented programming, and Recursion seemed to have gotten lazy or just don't know how to present the information to a student "new" to programming or "new" to C++. Practical examples of how these techniques can be used are lacking. The programs presented to go along with the text are incomplete and / or error-ridden. I found myself consulting other C++ textbooks just to get through the last two-thirds of this textbook. This book also lacks a CD to go along with the book with the code for the programs presented. (...) there are better books out there to learn C++. For the student who has to buy the book for a college course, buy a companion book such as Jesse Liberty's "Sams' Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days", Deitel & Deitel's "How to Program C++", Holzner's "C++ Black Book", or one of the Waite Groups books such as "C++ Primer Plus". All of their programs work, plus they have corrections or updates to their book or programs at their web site (their publisher's site). Also, there are many good web sites out there that are in themselves a pretty good intro course to C++.