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C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design 8th Edition



C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design 8th Edition PDF

Author: D. S. Malik

Publisher: Cengage Learning

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Publish Date: February 13, 2017

ISBN-10: 9781337102087

Pages: 1488

File Type: PDF

Language: English

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Book Preface

C+ + Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design started as a collec­tion of brief examples, exercises, and lengthy programming examples to supplement the books that were in use at our university. It soon turned into a collection large enough to develop into a text. The approach taken in this book is, in fact, driven by the students’ demand for clarity and readability. The material was written and rewritten until the students felt comfortable with it. Most of the examples in this book resulted from student interaction in the classroom.
As with any profession, practice is essential. Cooking students practice their reci­pes. Budding violinists practice their scales. New programmers must practice solving problems and writing code. This is not a C+ + cookbook. We do not simply list the C+ + syntax followed by an example; we dissect the “why?” behind all the concepts. The crucial question of “why?” is answered for every topic when first introduced. This technique offers a bridge to learning C+ + Students must understand the “why?” in order to be motivated to learn.

Traditionally, a C++ programming neophyte needed a working knowledge of another programming language. This book assumes no prior programming experience. However, some adequate mathematics background, such as college algebra, is required.

Changes in the Eighth Edition

The eighth edition contains more than 250 new and updated exercises, requiring new solutions, and more than 20 new programming exercises.

This edition also introduces C++14 digit separator (Chapter 3), C++11 class inline functions (Chapter 10), updated C++11 class data members initialization during declaration (Chapter 10), and C++11 random generators (Chapter 13). The C-string functions such as strcpy, strcmp, and strcat have been deprecated, and might give warning messages when used in a program. Furthermore, the functions strncpy and strncmp might not be implemented in all versions of C++ Therefore, in Chapter 13, we have modified the Programming Example newString to reflect these changes by including functions to copy a character array.


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