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Programming With C++ and Data Structures, 1/e

Programming With C++ and Data Structures, 1/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9788125915454
  • 586 pages
  • Paperback
  • Crown inches
  • Book 610.00

"If you are a computer science student… chances are you don’t take textbooks too seriously. Some, you might feel, treat you as a dummy. Others confuse you with obscure explanations and examples of basically simple ideas. Then you need Programming with C++ and Data Structures! In one concise volume, this book takes you from the rudiments of C++ syntax and style to a mastery of data structures and algorithms, problem solving techniques and well-structured program design. Moving at a comfortable pace through many labs and case studies, the authors help you appreciate the simple but powerful ideas that make modern computer science work. Co-written by a veteran computer science teacher and a professional C++ software engineer, Programming with C++ and Data Structures combines theoretical insight with practical comprehensive enough to satisfy an inquisitive student who wants to know exactly how things fit together. This unique book helps readers learn C++ on their own."

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Part One Programs: Syntax and Style, 1.Introduction to Hardware and Software, 2.A First at a C++ Program, 3.Variables and Constants, 4.Arithmetic Expressions, 5.Arrays, 6.Logical Expressions and if-else Statements, 7.Iterative Statements: while, for, do-while, 8.The switch Statement, 9.Algorithms, 10.Monte Carlo Methods, 11.Pointers, References, Dynamic Memory Allocation, 12.Strings, 13.Structures, Part Two Classes and Data Structures, 14.Linked List, 15.Modularity, 16.Stacks, 17.Classes, 18.Recursion, 19.Queues, 20.Templates, 21.Advanced C++ Features, 22.Inheritance, 23.Trees, 24.Expression Trees, 25.Heaps, 26.Analysis of Algorithms, 27.Searching and Hashing, 28.Sorting