C++: A Beginner's Guide
by Herbert Schildt
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media 2003
Number of pages: 541
Essential skills made easy! 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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Online introduction to C++ language. Simple examples are used that illustrate the language features. Later, longer and more complex projects are used. The latest additions to the text include the three sections on Windows Forms Applications.
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