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  • Title: Fundamentals of Programming C++
  • Author(s) Richard L. Halterman
  • Publisher: Southern Adventist University (2018), and Internet Archive
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  • Language: English
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Book Description

This book teaches the basics of C++ programming in an easy-to-follow style, without assuming previous experience in any other language. A variety of examples such as game programming, club membership organization, grade tracking and grade point average calculation, make learning C++ both fun and practical. Each chapter contains at least one complete, fully functional example program, with several smaller examples provided throughout the book.

About the Authors
  • Richard L. Halterman is a professor of computer science and dean of the School of Computing at Southern Adventist University.
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