An introduction to C++, this book is designed to help readers grasp the fundamentals of C++ programming. It covers the basics of variables and operators, input and output functions, control statements, loops, and more. The reader can look up the program element they need to review, browse through the alphabetical list of items, and read the paragraphs needed. There are many code examples that programmers can borrow for their own applications. The book has a lay-flat binding, making it easier to look up material while sitting at a computer.
C++ for Dummies Quick Reference won't impress experienced C++ experts--it contains nothing beyond the basics, and won't help you deal with unusual situations. It will, however, prove valuable to students and to those who frequently switch among programming languages.
What is the syntax for if statements? What are the rules for converting among data types? How do you access the contents of an array? The answers to these questions vary among languages, and if you find yourself needing to write a C++ program immediately after spending months on a Java contract, this book will help you shift gears. Students also will appreciate the clarity of Shammas's examples. Want to know how to read from a command line so you can get on with your assignment? He explains cin and cout clearly, without confusing elaboration.
Covered topics range from declarations of constants and variables to a discussion of object-oriented design principles. The beginning of the book is too basic, and the end too complicated. The real value is in the middle pages, which describe common but forgettable details. Here, you'll find syntax summaries for loops, conditionals, data structures, pointers, and code modules. This is the kind of stuff you need to know for every programming job, and it's good to have it so easily accessible. --David WallAbout the Author:
Namir Clement Shammas is a full-time author who specializes in object-oriented programming and Windows programming books. He has written and coauthored more than 60 programming books, including Object-Oriented Programming For Dummies®, C++ For Dummies® Quick Reference, and Visual Basic® 5 For Dummies® Quick Reference (all by IDG Books Worldwide, Inc.). Namir holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in chemical engineering.
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