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OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING WITH C++ FOURTH EDITION
Ashish talpade

OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING WITH C++ FOURTH EDITION

Ashish talpade | 22-Feb-2016 |
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I1 . Principles of Object-Oriented Programming
I1 SoftwareC rissi 1
L2 Software Ev olution .7
1.3 A Look at Procedure-Oriented Programming 4
1.4 Object-Oriented Programming Paradigm 6
1.5 Basic Concepts of Object-Oriented Programming 7
16 Benefits ofQQP 12
1.7 Object-Oriented Languages /3
1.8 Applicatio ns ofOOP 14
Summa.,..y 15
Review Questions 17
12. Beginning with c+ +
21 \Ybat is C++ 1 19
2.2 Applications of C++ 20
2.3 A Simple C++Program 20
24 More C++S tatemenl/i 25
2.5 An Example with Class 2 8
2.6 Structure ofC++ Program 29
2.7 Creating the Source File 30
2.8 C<lmpili ng and Link ing 30
Sumtn(Jry 31
Review Ques tions 32
Debu-CBin g Eurci.se-s 33
Programming Exerci ses 3 4
13. Tokens, Expressions and Control Structures
81 Introduction .15
312 Tokens 36
8.3 Keywords 3 6
34 ldent.ifiers end Constants ,'16
3.5 Basic Data Types 38
3.6 Uscr-D<lfincd Data T\pes 40
8.7 D erived Data Types 42
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Symbolic Constants 43
Tvpe Compatibility 45
Dec1arntion ofVariahJe,q 4,,;
Dynamic ln.itialization of Variables 46
Ref"tAnco Vorinblcs 47
Operators in C++ 49
Scope Resolu tion Operator 50
Member Dereferencing Operators 52
Memorv Managyment Operators 52
Manipulators 55
TypeC ast Operator 57
Expressions and their Types 58
Special Assignment Expressi ons 60
Implicit Conversions 61
Operator Overloading 63
Operator Precedence 63
Control Sta1rb1tes 61
Summarv 69
Review Question.s 71
Debugging Exe rdses 72
Program.ming Exercises 75
14, Functions inc++
41 Introduction 22
42 The Main Function 7B
4.3 Function Prototyping 79
44. Call by Reference 81
4.5 Return by Reference 82
46 Jol ine Funct-ions 82
4.7 DefaultArgumcnts 84
4.8 const Arguments 87
4.9 Funetion Overloading 87
41Q Friend and Virtual Function

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