Object-Oriented Programming Using C++, 2nd edition
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Object-Oriented Programming Using C++, Second Editionprovides the experienced programmer with a clear and thorough introduction tothe object-oriented paradigm using ANSI C++. Each chapter introduces you tospecific C++ language features that support object-oriented programmingconcepts, including the most recent additions to the language such as STL,namespaces, RTTI, and the bool type. Best-selling author and C++ authority,Ira Pohl, employs his trademark approach of "dissection" todemonstrate key programming elements and idioms and to teach you how toevaluate tradeoffs and make critical design choices.Features
- Reflects the latest developments in the C++ ANSI standard includingsubstantial detail on the new STL libraries.
- Explains how an object-oriented programming concept is supported by alanguage feature.
- Teaches by example, introducing you to full working programs right fromthe start.
- Incorporates interactive, proven exercises to help check your understandingof key OO concepts and put them into practice.
- Provides code for all example programs covered in the book, as well asadjunct programs that illustrate points made in the book.
Table of contents
1. Why Object-Oriented Programming in C++.
2. Native Types and Statements.
3. Functions and Pointers.
4. Implementing ADTs in the Base Language.
5. Data Hiding and Member Functions.
6. Object Creation.
7. Ad Hoc Polymorphism.
8. Visitation: Iterators and Containers.
9. Inheritance: Subtyping and Code Reuse.
10. Parametric Polymorphism.
12. OOP Using C++.
Published by Addison-Wesley Professional (December 16th 1996) - Copyright © 1997