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Programming in C++ for Engineering and Science 1st Edition by Larry Nyhoff.

Programming in C++ for Engineering and Science 1st Edition by Larry Nyhoff
 
Table Of Contents:
Chapter 1 ■ Introduction to Computing 
Chapter 2 ■ Programming and Problem Solving— Software Engineering  
Chapter 3 ■ Types in C++  
Chapter 4 ■ Getting Started with Expressions  
Chapter 5 ■ Control Structures  
Chapter 6 ■ Functions and Libraries
Chapter 7 ■ Using Classes  
Chapter 8 ■ More Selection Control Structures  
Chapter 9 ■ More Repetition Control Structures  
Chapter 10 ■ Functions in Depth  
Chapter 11 ■ Files and Streams 
Chapter 12 ■ Arrays and the vector Class Template  
Chapter 13 ■ Multidimensional Arrays and Vectors
Chapter 14 ■ Building Classes  
Chapter 15 ■ Pointers and Linked Structures  
Chapter 16 ■ Data Structures  
Answers to Test Yourself Questions,  
Appendix A: ASCII Character Codes,  
Appendix B: C++ Keywords,  
Appendix C: C++ Operators,  
Appendix D: Other C++ Features,  
Index,  
 
C++ is a general-purpose programming language that has both high-level and low-level language features. Bjarne Stroustrup developed it in 1979 at Bell Labs as a series of enhancements to the C programming language, which, although developed for system programming, has been used increasingly in engineering and scientific applications. Because the first enhancement was the addition of classes, the resulting language was originally named “C with Classes,” but was renamed C++ in 1983. Along with overcoming some of the dangers and disadvantages of C, these and subsequent enhancements have resulted in a very powerful language in which very efficient programs can be written and developed using the object-oriented paradigm. A programming language standard for C++ (ISO/IEC148821998) was adopted in 1998 and revised in 2003 and is the basis for this text.
 
the author uses an object-centered design approach that helps students identify the objects in a problem and the operations needed; develop an algorithm for processing; implement the objects, operations, and algorithm in a program; and test, correct, and revise the program. He also revisits topics in greater detail as the text progresses. By the end of the book, students will have a solid understanding of how C++ can be used to process complex objects, including how classes can be built to model objects.
 

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