Any professional programmer who wants to learn C++, including applications programmers, software engineers, system architects, and product maintenance personnel. Any student learning C++ or object-oriented design; classes in algorithms, data structures or general software engineering will also use this book if the course's application language is C++.
To write C++ code that really meets its potential, programmers need to understand both C++ and object-oriented design methodologies. That's the premise behind Moving to C++ With Object-Oriented Design — unlike many other books, which teach either C++ or object-design, but not both. This comprehensive, practical tutorial, refined through years of teaching C++ to professional developers, is fully up-to-date, covering even new C++ features such as templates and exception handling.
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Learn ANSI C++ right from the start!
If you're going to learn C++, learn it right from the start! Navigating C++ and Object-Oriented Design is the first book that teaches ANSI C++ and the object-oriented techniques that make C++ a software development breakthrough.
This comprehensive tutorial reflects the authors' extensive experience teaching C++ to professional developers. Start with the clearest introduction to object modeling you'll ever read. Then learn all the essentials of C++ and more advanced topics such as exceptions, namespaces, and dynamic memory allocation.
Next, discover C++ classes, the basic building block of object-oriented design. Through proven analogies and examples, the authors introduce containment and inheritance, overloading, templates, RTTI, and exception handling. And, the authors' unique presentation on multiple inheritance will give you invaluable insights into this complex topic.
Learn to apply C++ and object-oriented techniques to real-world development. Discover how to design classes effectively using the authors' class design boilerplate. Understand how to design container classes. Walk through class designs using the powerful OMT methodology.
Navigating C++ and Object-Oriented Design is one of the first C++ tutorials that covers in detail powerhouse ANSI C++ features like:
Why learn C++ simply as a "better C" when you can write C++ code that really meets its potential? One book shows you how: Navigating C++ and Object-Oriented Design!About the Author:
Paul Anderson is President, cofounder, and key course developer at Anderson Software Group, Inc. a professional consulting and training company specializing in teaching C++, C, Java, Object-Oriented Design, UNIX, Shell Programming, and UNIX internals. As a seminar leader, Paul has taught courses to thousands of software developers. Gail Anderson is Director of Research and cofounder of Anderson Software Group, Inc. A key developer for courses on C++, Advanced C++, Java, and Object-Oriented Design with C++, she specializes in researching object-oriented design methodologies and programming techniques.
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