Problem Solving with C++, 5e brings the best-selling text book for introducing C++ to fully embrace the most up-to-date C++ standards. Suitable for beginning students, the text covers C++ and basic programming techniques. Students will learn how to define their own classes while gaining a solid understanding of basic tools such as simple control ...
Problem Solving with C++, 5e brings the best-selling text book for introducing C++ to fully embrace the most up-to-date C++ standards. Suitable for beginning students, the text covers C++ and basic programming techniques. Students will learn how to define their own classes while gaining a solid understanding of basic tools such as simple control structures and function definitions. By defining their own classes early, students are getting a hands-on experience unrivaled by any other text on the market. Flexible by design, the order in which chapters and sections are covered can easily be changed without any loss on continuity in reading. Instructors can therefore mold this text around the way they want to teach rather than have the text dictate their course's organization.
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I bought this book for my college introduction to C++ class. I could have bought the newer edition, but my instructor said there is very little difference between the fifth and sixth editions. I saved a lot of money buying this one. My instructor's lectures follow the the book exactly, with the same examples and tables. This class was my first experience programming. This book has helped me get 100% on every exam and assignment so far. Its very easy to read and there are many examples and explainations. I highly recommend this text to anyone who wants to learn programming. The main thing I do not like about it is the paperback cover, it bends and crumples easily in my backpack.
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