C++ for Business Programming Second Edition free ebook download

 

C++ for Business Programming Second Edition free ebook download

C++ for Business Programming Second Edition free ebook download

C++ for Business Programming Second Edition free ebook download

C++ for Business Programming Second Edition free ebook download

Author:

John C. Molluzzo

Book Description:

C++ for Business Programming, Second Edition

C++ for Business Programming, Second Edition
By John C. Molluzzo –  Pace University, New York
Publisher : Prentice Hall
Pub Date : August 02, 2005
Print ISBN-10 : 0-13-046700-6
Print ISBN-13 : 978-0-13-046700-3
eText ISBN-10 : 0-13-128899-7
eText ISBN-13 : 978-0-13-128899-7
Pages : 848

This content gives an understudy agreeable, profoundly comprehensible prologue to C++ programming for starting programming understudies, particularly those majoring in Information Systems and Business. It directs perusers through complete and clear portrayals of test projects, with an abundance of activities included along the best approach to help strengthen the critical purposes of every part. All through the content, a solid accentuation is set on business applications, as opposed to those in arithmetic or processing.

Contents:

Table of Contents

Part I:  C++ Basics 1
Chapter 1.  Introduction to C++ 1
Why Study C++? 1
Section 1.1.  Our First C++ Program 3
Section 1.2.  Integers and Arithmetic 20
Section 1.3.  Solving a Problem with Integers 32
Section 1.4.  Other Integer Data Types 36
Chapter Review 42
Chapter 2.  Real Numbers 45
Section 2.1.  Real Numbers 45
Section 2.2.  Solving Problems with Real Numbers 52
Section 2.3.  More on Arithmetic 64
Section 2.4.  Three Difficulties When Displaying Decimal Numbers with cout 75
Chapter Review 78
Chapter 3.  Iteration 80
Section 3.1.  Relation Conditions 80
Section 3.2.  Indefinite Iteration: The while and do Statements 83
Section 3.3.  Solving a Problem with Indefinite Iteration 96
Section 3.4.  Definite Iteration 105
Section 3.5.  Nested Loops 118
Chapter Review 126
Chapter 4.  Decision Making 128
Section 4.1.  Basic Decision Making 128
Section 4.2.  Compound ConditionsThe Logical Operators 139
Section 4.3.  Nested if Statements 146
Section 4.4.  The switch Statement 161
Chapter Review 172
Chapter 5.  Functions 174
Section 5.1.  The Function Concept 175
Section 5.2.  User-Defined Functions that Return a Value 191
Section 5.3.  Programs that Use Functions 203
Section 5.4.  The C++ Math Library Functions 227
Chapter Review 231
Chapter 6.  Arrays 234
Section 6.1.  Basic Concepts 234
Section 6.2.  Processing an Array: for Loops 242
Section 6.3.  Sorting an Array 250
Section 6.4.  Multidimensional Arrays 256
Chapter Review 264
Chapter 7.  Pointers and C-Strings 266
Section 7.1.  Pointers 266
Section 7.2.  C-Strings 277
Section 7.3.  Arrays of Strings and Pointers 290
Chapter Review 297
Chapter 8.  Pointers, Arrays, and Functions 299
Section 8.1.  Pointers, Reference Variables, and Functions 299
Section 8.2.  Arrays and Functions 309
Section 8.3.  Strings and Functions 318
Section 8.4.  The Standard Library String Functions 326
Section 8.5.  Character Classification and Conversion Functions 336
Section 8.6.  Dynamic Memory Allocation 351
Chapter Review 360
Chapter 9.  User-Defined Data Types and Tables 363
Section 9.1.  The typedef and enum Statements 364
Section 9.2.  Structures 371
Section 9.3.  Arrays of Structures: Tables 379
Section 9.4.  Structures, Functions, and Pointers 407
Chapter Review 424
Part II:  Object-Oriented Programming 426
Chapter 10.  The string Class: An Introduction to Classes and Objects 426
Section 10.1.  Objects, Classes, and Object-Oriented Systems 427
Section 10.2.  Introduction to string Objects 430
Section 10.3.  Operations on string Objects 438
Section 10.4.  Making Decisions with Strings 444
Section 10.5.  Functions and string Objects 446
Section 10.6.  Manipulating string Objects 451
Section 10.7.  Putting Strings to Work 458
Section 10.8.  Arrays of Strings 470
Chapter Review 473
Chapter 11.  Programmer-Defined Classes and Objects 476
Section 11.1.  Declaring Objects and Classes 476
Section 11.2.  A More Useful Class Accessor and Mutator Methods 487
Section 11.3.  Constructor Overloading and Destructors 496
Section 11.4.  Default Arguments and Object Assignment 504
Section 11.5.  General Function Overloading and Function Templates 511
Chapter Review 517
Chapter 12.  Manipulating Objects 519
Section 12.1.  Using Arrays, Pointers, and Dynamic Memory Allocation 520
Section 12.2.  The Copy Constructor 528
Section 12.3.  Using const with Classes 540
Section 12.4.  Objects, Functions and Pointers 556
Section 12.5.  Dynamic Allocation of Objects 581
Section 12.6.  Static Data Members and Functions 588
Chapter Review 598
Chapter 13.  Inheritance 600
Section 13.1.  Inheritance 601
Section 13.2.  Functions in Class Hierarchies 618
Section 13.3.  Polymorphism 629
Section 13.4.  Abstract Base Classes 649
Chapter Review 661
Chapter 14.  Files 664
Section 14.1.  Input/Output Streams 665
Section 14.2.  Processing a File One Character at a Time 686
Section 14.3.  Random File Access 692
Section 14.4.  Binary Sequential File Processing 699
Section 14.5.  Random Record Input/Output 709
Chapter Review 727
Chapter 15.  Special Topics: Friends, Operator Overloading, Macros, and Inline Functions 730
Section 15.1.  friend Functions 731
Section 15.2.  Overloading Basic Arithmetic Operators 738
Section 15.3.  Overloading Assignment and the this Pointer 745
Section 15.4.  Overloading the Insertion and Extraction Operators 754
Section 15.5.  Overloading Compound Assignment Operators 763
Section 15.6.  Overloading Relational Operators 768
Section 15.7.  Overloading Unary Operators 775
Section 15.8.  Macros and Inline Functions 779
Chapter Review 788

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