C++ Programming Language

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C++ is a object-oriented programming, generally compiled and transitional middle-level programming language was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup in 1979. In simple words, C++ is a classy, well-organized and a general purpose programming language based on C programming. Generally operating systems, applications, browers, games and system drivers use C++ programming core language. This makes C++ programming one of the best languages in the world.

This book of C++ programming language provides up to date and complete coverage of all C++ language features and standard library components like standard I/O stremas, general structures, variables, classes, funtinos, objects, modifiers and most popular part control loops. So you will find some fundamental skills and learn like a programmer.

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Kaniz.in
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Mar 7, 2015
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Pages
60
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9788173198120
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English
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Computers / Programming Languages / C
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|| Inside Chapters. ||

1. Preface – Page-6, || Introduction to C.

2. Elements of C Programming Language.

3. Control statements (conditions).

4. Control statements (Looping).

5. One dimensional Array.

6. Multi-Dimensional Array.

7. String (Character Array).

8. Your Brain on Functions.

9. Your Brain on Pointers.

10. Structure, Union, Enum, Bit Fields, Typedef.

11. Console Input and Output.

12. File Handling In C.

13. Miscellaneous Topics.

14. Storage Class.

15. Algorithms.

16. Unsolved Practical Problems.

17. PART-II-120+ Practical Code Chapter-Wise.

18. Creating & Inserting own functions in Liberary.

19. Graphics Programming In C.

20. Operating System Development –Intro.

21. C Programming Guidelines.

22. Common C Programming Errors.

23. Live Software Development Using C.

Learn the core ideas and skills needed to begin programming in any language on any platform. Author Chris Kennedy uses JavaScript to explore the syntax and semantics of a programming language, and shows you how to write and execute your first program and understand what's going on under the hood. Along the way, you'll explore other programming languages, including C, Java, and Python, and learn the reasons to choose one language over another. Each lesson builds on the preceding one, so even if you've never written a line of code, you'll gain enough hands-on experience to be comfortable approaching any language. You can download the source code to follow along with all the examples.


- Write source code on Windows, Mac, Linux, or Unix systems.

- Make sense of programming jargon and buzzwords.

- Understand compiled and interpreted languages.

- Compare how code is written in different languages.

- Work with numbers, strings, booleans, and other types of data.

- Get input from the user.

- Explore conditions, loops, variables, and expressions.

- Control the structure and the flow of a program.

- Use assignment, arithmetic, comparison, and logical operators.

- Create and call functions.

- Organize your code into independent modules.

- Work with arrays and collections.

- Adopt a programming style.

- Read from and write to files.

- Avoid common syntax and logic errors.

- Debug your programs.

- Use classes, objects, properties, and methods.

- Link to libraries of ready-to-run code.

- Explore memory management, algorithms, multithreading, and other advanced topics.


Contents

1. Programming Basics

2. Writing Your First Program

3. Variables & Data Types

4. Conditional Code

5. Functions

6. More About Strings

7. Arrays

8. Programming Style & Pseudocode

9. Input & Output

10. Errors & Debugging

11. Objects

12. Advanced Topics

13. Next Steps


This book introduces students to the basics of computers, software and internet along with how to program computers using the C language. It is intended for an introductory course that gives beginning engineering and science students a firm rooting in the fundamental principles of computers and information technology, and also provides invaluable insights into key concepts of computing through development of skills in programming and problem solving using C language. To this end, the book is eminently suitable for the first-year engineering students of all branches and MCA students, as per the prescribed syllabus of several universities. C is a difficult language to learn if it is not methodically introduced. The book explains C and its basic programming techniques in a way suitable for beginning students. It begins by giving students a solid foundation in algorithms to help them grasp the overall concepts of programming a computer as a problem-solving tool. Simple aspects of C are introduced first to enable students to quickly start writing programs. More difficult concepts in the latter parts of the book, such as pointers and their use, have been presented in an accessible manner making the learning of C an exciting and interesting experience. The methodology used is to illustrate each new concept with a program and emphasize a good style in programming to allow students to gain sufficient skills in problem solving. KEY FEATURES Self-contained introduction to both computers and programming for beginners All important features of C illustrated with over 100 examples Good style in programming emphasized Laboratory exercises on applications of MS Office, namely, Word processing, Spreadsheet, PowerPoint are included.
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