Comments: Moderate cover and page wear from being handled and read. Accessories or dust jacket may be missing. Could be an ex-library copy that will have the stickers and or marking of the library. Some textual or margin notes and possibly contain highlighting.
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Publication Date: 2005
Gaddis, Tony, Walters, Judy, Muganda, Godfrey
Shelving Tag: Introductory Programming/C++ Starting Out with C++: Early Objects (formerly Alternate Version), 5/e Tony Gaddis,Haywood Community College Judy Walters,North Central College Godfrey Muganda,North Central College ISBN: 0-321-38348-6 TheStarting Out with C++textbook series has students raving. It presents introductory programming concepts in a student-friendly and accessible step-by-step way, ensuring that beginning programmers understand each programming topic. "My school's first programming class usesStarting Out with C++. I love your C++ bookit makes everything so easy to understand!" Christopher Savage,student at Augusta State University "I'm using your book in an introductory course in C++. Your book is GREAT!! It abstracts the complexity of C++ down to the core concepts that we can build on. Thanks!" Jim Burke,student at University of Texas at Dallas In addition to Gaddis' emphasis on practical examples, abundant practice exercises, and focus on problem solving and program design,Starting Out with C++: Early Objects, 5e (formerly called "Alternate Version"): Follows the ANSI standard and uses the most currently accepted programming practices Covers both procedural and object-oriented programming Introduces classes in Chapter 7, right after control structures and functions Has new appendices on UML and on .NET and Managed C++ Illustrates concepts and techniques with over 350 fully runnable example programs Includes dozens of MyCodeMate programming challengesGaddis, Tony is the author of 'Starting Out With C++ Early Objects', published 2005 under ISBN 9780321383488 and ISBN 0321383486.
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