The Essence of Programming Using C++, 1st edition

  • Douglas Bell

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Overview

The Prentice Hall Essence of Computing Series provides a concise, practicle and uniform introduction to the core components of an undergraduate computer science degree. Acknowledging the recent changes within Higher Education, this approach uses a variety of pedagogical tools-case studies, worked examples and self test questions - to underpin the student's learning. The Essence of Programming in C++ is an introduction to the concepts and techniques of programming. It assumes no prior knowledge of the subject, and enables the reader to write small and medium sized programs in the popular C ++language. This book embraces all the significant areas of programming including control structures and arrays. Functions and parameter passing are explored along with the testing and debugging of programs.

Table of contents

1. Calculations.
2. Character Data Functions with Parameters.
3. Functions that return values
4. Global Data.
5. Program Design
6. Arrays-Two Dimensional
7. Pointers
8. Strings.
9. File Processing
10. Debugging.
11. Testing.
12. Piecemeal Programming.
13. Program Styles.
14. Effective Programming.
15. What Next?
16. Answer to Self-Test Questions.
17. Annotated Bibliography.
18. Selected C++ Libraries.
19. Random Numbers.
20. The Rules for Names in C++.
21. Selected Operators - Summary.
22. C and C++ - Some Differences.
23. Sample Program.

Published by Pearson (September 10th 1996) - Copyright © 1997