C++ All-in-One For Dummies (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
912
Utgivningsdatum
2021-02-25
Upplaga
4th Edition
Förlag
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Illustrationer
Black & white illustrations
Dimensioner
234 x 188 x 48 mm
Vikt
1158 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
3:B&W 7.5 x 9.25 in or 235 x 191 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9781119601746
C++ All-in-One For Dummies (häftad)

C++ All-in-One For Dummies

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Get ready for C++20 with all you need to know for complete mastery! Your comprehensive and updated guide to one of the world's most popular programming languages is here! Whether you're a novice or expert, you'll find what you need to get going with the latest features of C++20. The workhorse of programming languages, C++ gives you the utmost control of data usage and interface and resource allocation. If your job involves data, proficiency in C++ means you're indispensable! This edition gives you 8 books in 1 for total C++ mastery. Inside, internationally renowned expert John Paul Mueller takes you from the fundamentals of working with objects and classes to writing applications that use paradigms not normally associated with C++, such as those used for functional programming strategies. The book also includes online resources such as source code. You discover how to use a C++ GNU compiler to build applications and even how to use your mobile device for coding. Conquer advanced programming and troubleshooting Streamline your code with lambda expressions Use C++ where you need it: for gaming, enterprise applications, and Web services Uncover object secrets including the use of design patterns Discover how to use functional programming techniques to make code concise and easy to read If you want to be your organization's C++ guru, C++ All-In-One for Dummies is where it's at!
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John Paul Mueller has produced 116 books and more than 600 articles on a range of topics that include functional programming techniques, application devel- opment using C++, and machine learning methodologies.

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Introduction 1 About This Book 1 Foolish Assumptions 4 Icons Used in This Book 4 Beyond the Book 5 Where to Go from Here 6 Book 1: Getting Started with C++ 7 Chapter 1: Configuring Your Desktop System 9 Obtaining a Copy of C++ 20 10 Obtaining Code::Blocks 11 Installing Code::Blocks 12 Working with Windows 12 Working with Mac OS X 13 Using the standard Linux installation 14 Using the graphical Linux installation 15 Touring the Essential Code::Blocks Features 17 Starting Code::Blocks for the first time 18 Opening the sample projects 19 Viewing the essential windows 20 Using Other IDEs 25 Chapter 2: Configuring Your Mobile System 27 Obtaining CppDroid 28 Understanding why CppDroid is such a great choice 29 Getting your copy of CppDroid 31 Ensuring you get a good install 32 Considering Other Alternatives 32 Working with C4Droid 33 Getting multiple language support with AIDE 33 Using web-based IDEs 34 Touring the Essential CppDroid Features 35 Getting started with CppDroid 35 Accessing an example 37 Working with a simple online project 37 Accessing your source code 38 Considering differences with the desktop environment 39 Obtaining CppDroid Help 40 Working with the Help documentation 40 Getting community support 41 Using the free examples 42 Accessing the tutorials 43 Chapter 3: Creating Your First C++ Application 45 Code::Blocks Creating a Project 46 Understanding projects 46 Defining your first project 47 Building and executing your first application 52 Typing the Code 53 Starting with Main 55 Showing Information 55 Doing some math 60 Tabbing your output 66 Let Your Application Run Away 67 Chapter 4: Storing Data in C++ 69 Putting Your Data Places: Variables 70 Creating an integer variable 70 Declaring multiple variables 73 Changing values 74 Setting one variable equal to another 74 Initializing a variable 75 Creating a great name for yourself 76 Manipulating Integer Variables 78 Adding integer variables 78 Subtracting integer variables 82 Multiplying integer variables 84 Dividing integer variables 86 Characters 88 Null character 89 Nonprintable and other cool characters 89 Strings 93 Getting a part of a string 94 Changing part of a string 95 Adding onto a string 96 Adding two strings 97 Making Decisions Using Conditional Operators 98 Telling the Truth with Boolean Variables 100 Reading from the Console 102 Chapter 5: Directing the Application Flow 105 Doing This or Doing That 106 Evaluating Conditions in C++ 107 Finding the right C++ operators 108 Combining multiple evaluations 110 Including Evaluations in C++ Conditional Statements 111 Deciding what if and also what else 112 Going further with the else and if 113 Repeating Actions with Statements That Loop 115 Understanding how computers use loops 116 Looping situations 116 Looping for 117 Performing a simple for loop 118 Using multiple initialization variables 123 Working with ranges 126 Placing a condition within the declaration 128 Letting C++ determine the type 129 Looping while 130 Doing while 132 Breaking and continuing 133 Breaking 134 Continuing 135 Nesting loops 136 Chapter 6: Dividing Your Work with Functions 139 Dividing Your Work 139 Calling a Function 144 Passing a variable 146 Passing multiple variables 147 Writing Your Own Functions 148 Defining the AddOne() function 149 Seeing how AddOne() is called 150 Taking the AddOne() Function apart 150 Considering the AddOne() parameter 151 Understanding the AddOne() name and type 152 Improving On the Basic Function 153 Using multiple parameters or no parameters 153 Returning nothing 156 Keeping your variables local 157 Forward references and function prototypes 159 Writing two versions of the same function 161 Calling All String Functions 163 Inserting a string into a string 163 Removing par