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Problem Solving with C++

Problem Solving with C Based on the idea that readers are likely to use a method successfully if they learn it early this guide teaches programming in C in a style suitable for the novice It introduces the use of classes s

  • Title: Problem Solving with C++
  • Author: Walter J. Savitch
  • ISBN: 9780805374407
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • Based on the idea that readers are likely to use a method successfully if they learn it early, this guide teaches programming in C in a style suitable for the novice It introduces the use of classes shows how to write ADTs that maximize the perfomance of C in creating reusable code and provides coverage of all important OO functions, including inheritance, polyBased on the idea that readers are likely to use a method successfully if they learn it early, this guide teaches programming in C in a style suitable for the novice It introduces the use of classes shows how to write ADTs that maximize the perfomance of C in creating reusable code and provides coverage of all important OO functions, including inheritance, polymorphism and encapsulation.

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    1. A good introduction, but chapter ordering seems bizarre - e.g. several on data structures injected between introduction and elaboration on class inheritance.Also some bad practices seemingly needlessly introduced - throwing an int as a method of passing data for example.Also much repetition - a single page will state something once, have a highlight box with the text copy and pasted, and then state it again before elaborating. Multiple pages of example then follow. It will be mentioned again in [...]

    2. I read this book before starting a C++ class and I thought this book was much better written than the book were using in class. I think Savitch did a good job breaking down the code examples well for a beginner and introduces things at the perfect rate. I thought the chapters needed a little reorganizing though, as it seemed like some of the concepts were introduced in a weird order. But I noticed that the newer editions have pretty drastic changes in chapter numbers, so maybe that's been fixed. [...]

    3. CSC201:Structured ProgrammingFall 2011-2012SuTuTh 3-3:50 pmI learned the basics of programming on this courseC++ is cool and sometimes boringwe still didn't finish the bookwe gonna complete on it next semesterC202:Object Oriented ProgrammingSpring 2011-2012SuTuTh 12-12:50 pm

    4. This was a very clear and concise introduction to basic programming task with C++. I especially enjoyed the personality and selected quotes that started each section.

    5. Great for beginner programmers of C++. I highly recommend this textbook, especially for the very useful programming projects.

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