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  • Title: Object-Oriented Programming in C++
  • Author(s) Dr. Subasish Mohapatra
  • Publisher: Biju Patnaik University of Technology
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  • Language: English
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This book presents the sophisticated new features of the most current ANSI/ISO C++ standard as they apply to object-oriented programming. Learn the concepts of object-oriented programming, why they exist, and how to utilize them to create sophisticated and efficient object-oriented applications.

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