Praise for Financial Modeling Using C++"Financial Modeling Using C++ will have universal appeal for anyone interested in unlocking the power of the C++ language within the context of financial modeling. It is approachable for those with no skill in computer programming and provides excellent insight into proper programming techniques. The language is taught simultaneously within the framework of mainstream financial modeling tasks that are covered in detail and in steps that build off of each other. This book is a valuable introduction to both C++ and financial modeling, and also provides robust example code that can instantly be used and built upon to complete advanced analyses." -Keith A. Allman, Principal, Enstruct Corp."Financial analysts and others seeking to move beyond spreadsheet modeling will find this book most useful. Professor Sengupta begins at 'step zero' of C++ and takes the reader artfully through advanced programming concepts that are essential for building large-scale financial models. This is a wonderful book for learning to program in C++ and to have on hand as a reference." -John Charnes, Professor and Scupin Faculty Fellow, The University of Kansas School of Business, and author of Financial Modeling with Crystal Ball and ExcelComputerized financial models now form the backbone of most practical applications of finance, and C++ is the preeminent computer language for building powerful and complex financial models. This book starts by teaching both computer programming and the C++ language assuming no prior knowledge of either. It then walks you through building increasingly complex real-life financial models using basic to advanced C++, including its Object-Oriented Programming features. Chandan Sengupta's step-by-step approach makes this book ideal for both self-study and classroom use. In addition, discussions of the key elements of the C++ language-and the availability of the complete codes of all the models in the book-make it a useful reference for developers.Sengupta, Chandan is the author of 'Financial Modeling Using C++ ', published 2007 under ISBN 9780471789086 and ISBN 0471789089.