Introduction to Object Oriented Programming and C++

Yashavant Kanetkar

SKU: 9788176568630

Rs. 540
ISBN: 9788176568630
Authors: Yashavant Kanetkar
Rights: Worldwide
Edition: 2004
Pages: 490
Dimension: 6*9 Inches
Book Type: Paperback

The world is Object Oriented and since programmers live in this world it is natural that they too approach the problems that they are trying to solve in an the problems that they are trying to solve in an object-oriented manner. To harness the power of Object Oriented Programming (OOP) most professional programmers choose C++. Introduction to Object Oriented Programming & C++ teaches you both these things in Yashavant Kanetkar's inimitable style.

Salient Features:

  •  OO & Procedural Programming
  •  C++ Elements
  •  Functions – Inline, Friend, etc.
  •  Type Conversions
  •  Pointers
  •  STL
  •  Virtual Function Mechanism
  •  Stream I/O
  •  Manipulators
  •  Manipulators
  •  Exception Handling
  •  Creating Class Libraries
  •  Templates

Once you start reading this book you would experience that it make learning OOP and C++ incredibly easy. Each topic in this book is highlighted by clear, direct examples. It will not only serve as your tutorial but it is likely to be the first thing that you would reach for when faced with a confusing issue.

1. Principles of Object Oriented Programming (OOP)
2. Elements of C++ Language
3. Functions
4. Classes and Objects
5. Constructors and Destructors
6. Operator Overloading
7. Derived Classes and Inheritance
8. Pointers
9. Virtual Functions
10. Streams
11. Exception Handling
12. Class Libraries
13. Advanced Classes
Appendix A: Testing and Debugging Simple Programs
Appendix B: DOEACC Solved Paper
Appendix C: Practical Assignment

Yashavant Kanetkar is an author of more than a dozen books on C/C++/VC++/COM/DirectX/.Net programming. His books are amongst the highest-selling titles in Asia. He has several technology articles to his credit and is a regular columnist for Express Computers and Developer 2.0 published in association with the venerable Dr Dobb's Journal. In recognition of his efforts Microsoft awarded him the "Best .NET Technical Contributor" award from Microsoft for the year 2003.

Yashavant obtained his B.E. from VJTI Bombay and his M. Tech. from IIT Kanpur. A Mechanical Engineer by education, he switched to computers a decade ago and hasn't looked back since. His current affiliations include being a Director of KICIT, a training company and DCube Software Technologies.

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