In older times, classic procedure-oriented programming was used to solve real-world problems by fitting them in a few, predetermined data types. However, with the advent of object-oriented programming, models could be created for real-life systems. With the concept gaining popularity, its field of research and application has also grown to become one of the major disciplines of software development. With Object-Oriented Programming with C++, the authors offer an in- depth view of this concept with the help of C++, right from its origin to real programming level. With a major thrust on control statements, structures and functions, pointers, polymorphism, inheritance and reusability, file and exception handling, and templates, this book is a resourceful cache of programs-bridging the gap between theory and application. To make the book student- friendly, the authors have supplemented difficult topics with illustrations and programs. Put forth in a lucid language and simple style to benefit all types of learners, Object-Oriented Programming with C++ is packaged with review questions for self-learning.