A knowledge of C++ is often highly desirable and, in many cases, an essential skill in today's job market. In this book, specifically designed for C programmers interested in learning about C++, Sessions gives an introduction to the paradigm of object-oriented programming and the concept of developing classes. Developing classes in C++, developing them well, and learning to use them as building blocks for complex applications is the focus of this book. Sessions teaches object-oriented programming before C++, discusses the object-oriented subset of C++ (OOS/C++) and looks at this subset in detail.
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A thorough exploration of the fundamentals of object-oriented programming and C++, this reference shows novice and experienced programmers how to develop classes in C++ and use them as building blocks for complex applications. Assuming a working knowledge of the C language, the volume first discusses object-oriented programming concepts using C and then describes a subset of C++ so readers can become as comfortable as possible with the new paradigm before having to deal with the new syntax. Ideal for C programmers looking to transfer their skills to C++, as well as for experienced C++ programmers interested in implementing advanced features of the language.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0136301045
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