C++ in plain English

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IDG Books Worldwide, Dec 2, 1999 - Computers - 565 pages
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A handy reference guide to all parts of the C++ language--including the library functions. The book focuses on demystifying C++ and object-oriented concepts, thus living up to its name. "C++ in Plain English" uses short, simple examples and emphasizes the practical, down-to-earth purpose of each language feature, including advanced ones.

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Contents

Getting to Know C++
12
What C++ Will Do for You
13
Basic Features of C++ Programs
17
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

About the Author Brian Overland worked as programmer/writer, tester, and manager at Microsoft for 10 years and played a historic role in the development of Visual Basic -- he wrote the first ever sample Visual Basic program. He is the author of C in Plain English, C++(R) in Plain English, and Java(TM) in Plain English.

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