Series: For Dummies
Paperback: 456 pages
Publisher: For Dummies; 2 edition (October 27, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 0.9 x 9.3 inches
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Learn to: Think like a programmer and understand how C++ works Create programs and get bugs out of your code Master basic development concepts and techniques in C++ Work with the Code::Blocks C++ compiler, available online Programming made easy with the definitive guide to the popular C++ language Want to get started with programming but don’t know quite where to begin? This complete guide to learning C++ programming will help you start your journey! Learn to walk the programming walk while figuring out how to use C++, install and use the compiler, work with loops, grasp objects and classes, and write real programs that work. Let’s get started — get a complete grasp of what computers need to work, what algorithms are, and how programming languages function Get functional — find out how to write simple expressions, declare integer variables, and make decisions within a program Exterminate — get the bugs out of your programs with an in-depth look at debugging, unit tests, and using predefined preprocessor commands Take it one step further — explore more advanced topics on your own, with tips on where to start and how to find more information Open the book and find: How programming languages work How to master basic development concepts in C++ Tips for getting rid of bugs in your code How to work with integer and character expressions The essential parts of control and looping structures How to use constructors and destructors How to build data structures that mimic the real world Advanced language features to ramp up your code Visit the companion website at www.dummies.com/extras/beginningprogrammingcplusplus for code from the book and an updated C++ compiler.
Stephen R. Davis is the bestselling author of numerous books and articles, including C++ For Dummies. He has been programming for over 35 years and currently works for Agency Consulting Group in the area of Cyber Defense.