A Beginners C++
by Neil Gray
Publisher: University of Wollongong 1996
Number of pages: 348
This book is intended for introductory Computer Science courses that use C++ as an implementation language. The text covers the introduction to computers, simple programs, functions and data aggregates, a touch of class, and Object Oriented programming.
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