The Complete Idiot's Guide to C++ is the fun way to study the basics. By learning the mysteries of the C++ program, you'll no longer fear the bite of the bits. From why to use C++ to how to use C++, this book spells it out easily. Soon phrases like the antimatter version of cout, multidimensional arrays, and binary files won't sound so foreign. And you'll be programming faster than you used to say, "OOPs, I just trashed all those files. Did you need those, George?"About the Author:
Paul Snaith received a degree in computer science from the Open University in the UK and a Certificate in Education from Durham. He has been a lecturer and trainer for more than 15 years, teaching computer programming, electronics, and music. Paul has a keen interest in object-oriented programming, doing work as a freelance contractor and technical trainer in several areas of the industry. In the distant past, Paul authored Pascal Made Easy, delved in to the mysteries of electronic engineering, and has been a highly unsuccessful rock star.
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Descripción Alpha, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110789718162
Descripción Alpha, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0789718162