C++ Programming Professional.: Sixth Best Selling Edition For Beginner's & Expert's Edition 2014.
Harry Hariom Choudhary
C++ Programming Professional has arrived: thoroughly master it, with the definitive new guide from author Harry, C++ Programming Language, Sixth Best Selling Edition 2014! The brand-new edition of the world's most trusted and widely read guide to C++, it has been comprehensively updated for the long-awaited C++Beginner’s. This book introduces standard C++ and the key programming and design techniques supported by C++. Standard C++ is a far more powerful and polished language than the version of C++ introduced by the first edition of this book. This book presents every major C++ language feature and the standard library. It is organized around language and library facilities. However, features are presented in the context of their use. That is, the focus is on the language as the tool for design and programming rather than on the language in itself. This book demonstrates key techniques that make C++ effective and teaches the fundamental concepts necessary for mastery. Except where illustrating technicalities, examples are taken from the domain of systems software. The primary aim of this book is to help the reader understand how the facilities offered by C++ support key programming techniques. The aim is to take the reader far beyond the point where he or she gets code running primarily by copying examples and emulating programming styles from other languages. Inside Content: 1 Revision of Functions in C. 2 Revision of Functions in C. 3 Revision of Pointers in C. 4 Revision of Pointers in C. 5 Revision of Structure, Union, Enum in C. 6 C++ Introduction & Difference between C & C++. 7 Difference between C & C++ (continued). First C++ Program (Average of 2 numbers), Scope Resolution Operator. 8 Difference between Pointers & Reference. Program to Swap two numbers using Call by Value, by Address & by Reference. 9 Generic Pointers, Rules of Reference, Constant (Value, Variable, Pointer, Reference), Constant Argument, Returning Constant Values, Return by Reference. 10 Dynamic Memory Allocation (One, Multi Dimensional Array) using New & Delete Operators. 11 Function Overloading, Function Calling Steps, Default Arguments. 12 Inline Functions 13 Operator Overloading, Program to Add & Multiply Two Complex Numbers. 14 Program to Add & Multiply Two Matrices. 15 Revision of Class 4 to 12. 16 Classes & Objects, Difference between Structure & Class. 17 “this” Pointer, Functions defined outside the Class v/s Inline Function, Structure of C++ Program. 18 Constructors & Destructors 19 Static & Constant members 20 Operator Overloading Unary(++/--), Rules, Operators that cannot be Overloaded. 21 Binary Operator Overloading (Add & Multiply Two Complex Numbers). 22 Binary Operator Overloading (Add & Multiply Two Matrices). 23 Copy Constructor, Equal Operator Overloading 24 Friend Function, <<, >> Operator Overloading 25 Overloaded Type Conversion Operator (Basic to Object & Object to Basic). 26 Overloaded Type Conversion Operator (Object of One Class to Object of another Class). 27 Data Structure through C++ (Stack & Queue) 28 Console Input/ Output Streams. 29 Revision of Class 14 to 26 30 Inheritance 31 Inheritance 32 Virtual Functions (Polymorphism) 33 Templates 34 Exception Handling 35 File Handling 36 File Handling 37 Nested Classes(Kind of Relationship using Inheritance, has a Relationship using Composition & Containership) 38 New Features of ANSI C++(bool, wchar_t, new cast operators, typeid, mutable, explicit, namespace) 39 Revision of Class 28 to 36 40 Design and Development Using C++ (Bonus Chapters)