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C++ primer / Stanley B. Lippman, Josée Lajoie, Barbara E. Moo. C++ Primer, Fourth Edition, provides a comprehensive introduction to the. "C++ Primer is well known as one of the best books for learning C++ and is useful for C++ programmers of all skill levels. This Fourth Edition not only keeps. C++ primer / Stanley B. Lippman, Josée Lajoie, Barbara E. Moo. – 5th ed. p. cm. Includes index. .. did in the Fourth Edition. We—and you—no longer have to.
If you're interested in creating a cost-saving package for your students, contact your Pearson rep. Important terms are indicated in bold ; important terms that we assume are already familiar to the reader are indicated in bold italics. They explain the standard library only after having covered the entire language. Classes Chapter Please note, the code requires Microsoft compiler Version 7. The Library Index. Sequential Containers Chapter
View larger. The fourth edition represents a complete restructuring and revision of the Primer.
To this end, they introduce the Standard Library and generic programming much earlier in the text. Many examples have been reformulated to take advantage of library facilities. Their focus is to show how to use the standard library abstractions rather than the low-level facilities built into the language. They've also streamlined and reordered the presentation of language topics.
Each chapter also contains a Summary section outlining the important topics covered in that chapter. Extensive forward and backward cross-references are provided to make it easier to follow the interrelationships among various features and concepts.
Occasional sidebar discussions are also provided to highlight important concepts, general advice or cautions. The authors have also incorporated a series of short sections that denote particularly important points, warn about common pitfalls, suggest good programming practices, and provide general usage tips.
Arrays and Pointers 4. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources. If you're interested in creating a cost-saving package for your students, contact your Pearson rep. Stanley B. After Bell Laboratories, Stan worked at Disney Feature Animation, originally as principal software engineer, then as software technical director on Fantasia Barbara E. We introduce the standard library much earlier in the text and have reformulated the examples to take advantage of library facilities.
We have also streamlined and reordered the presentation of language topics. In addition to restructuring the text, we have incorporated several new elements to enhance the reader's understanding.
Each chapter concludes with a Chapter Summary and glossary of Defined Terms, which recap the chapter's most important points. Readers should use these sections as a personal checklist: If you do not understand a term, restudy the corresponding part of the chapter.
Our intent is to provide a clear, complete and correct guide to the language.
They start by covering the low-level details and then introduce the more advanced language features. They explain the standard library only after having covered the entire language. The result, all too often, is that readers get bogged down in issues of low-level programming or the complexities of writing type definitions and never really understand the power of programming in a more abstract way. Needless to say, readers also often do not learn enough to build their own abstractions.
In this edition we take a completely different tack.
We start by covering the basics of the language and the library together. Doing so allows you, the reader, to write significant programs. Parts I and II cover the basic language and library facilities.
Parts III through V focus on how we can write our own types. The class mechanism provides the basis for writing our own abstractions. Classes are also the foundation for object-oriented and generic programming, which we cover in Part IV.
The Primer concludes with Part V, which covers advanced features that are of most use in structuring large, complex systems. Download the Index file related to this title.
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Get unlimited day access to over 30, books about UX design, leadership, project management, teams, agile development, analytics, core programming, and so much more. Creating 3D Games. Add To My Wish List. Book Sorry, this book is no longer in print. Not for Sale. Description Copyright Edition: We've also incorporated a number of other learning aids in the body of the text: Important terms are indicated in bold ; important terms that we assume are already familiar to the reader are indicated in bold italics.
Each term appears in the chapter's Defined Terms section.