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Software Design Using C++ by David Carlson

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Software Design Using C++
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Publisher: Saint Vincent College

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These web pages provide the material needed for three complete computer science courses: CS 1, CS 2, and a data structures course, all using C++ as the programming language. At the start of these web pages, simple examples are used that illustrate the feature under discussion. 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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