Beginning C++ Programming - Jason Lim

Beginning C++ Programming

By Jason Lim

  • Release Date: 2012-02-20
  • Genre: Computers
We rated this book with: 5/5 stars

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Learn C++ Programming in the quickest time possible with this concise book that teaches you all the essentials about C++ programming. 
Written for people who have NO background in programming or are beginners. 
Beginning C++ Programming zooms in on the most essential concepts with EXAMPLES!  We cover the following topics:  Getting Started: Running your first C++ Program  Variables  Input and Output  Using Arithmetic in C++  Boolean Logic  If-Else and Switch Statements  Loops  Learning about Objects  Methods  Arrays  Managing Multiple Objects  Exception Handling  Inheritance  Going Further

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  • nothing loaded

    3
    By SonicSoundVW
    first iBook i decided to get to help me with my classes, seems like it would be a good book, but none of the media loaded, all i have is text. hopefully others get a better experience.
  • Great Organization

    5
    By Emmanuel Amoo-Quaye.
    I really like how you just slide up and down and not side to side like a regular book. It makes it much easier.. I was hoping the Beginning Java Programming book would be the same but it isn't that one is side to side..
  • The letters are too small

    4
    By Oksana0k
    I like the Videos. But the letters are too small to be read on iPad. If the author could make the letter larger, I will like it.

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