C++ In Plain English

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Wiley, Dec 15, 2000 - Computers - 595 pages
Two Books for the Price of One--both an interactive reference & tutorial! C++ In Plain English, 3rd Edition, gives instant access to the C++ language through a detailed reference section of key C++ components and a dense tutorial that describes the essentials of C++ programming. Extensive cross-references with live page numbers make this is the perfect book to prop next to your computer while programming in C++.

C++ In Plain English, 3rd Edition, cuts to the core of C++ by delivering both a detailed reference section covering all the features of the C++ language and, a dense tutorial covering the essentials of C++ programming. Instant access to core C++ information comes through extensive cross references with live page numbers, topical and alphabetical organization of material, valuable examples, clean design, and a strong user-friendly In Plain English section that identifies common tasks and their corresponding elements. A programmer's ability to reference the C++ language from multiple angles beyond an ordinary index makes this book a powerful programming tool. With C++ In Plain English, 3rd Edition, at your side, you can immediately solve C++ programming problems with the strength of a relational database instead of a simple index!

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Brian Overland worked for Microsoft for 10 years, where he was a software tester, senior technical writer, and project leader on the development teams of both Visual C++ 1.0 and Visual Basic 1.0. His books include Visual Basic 6 In Plain English and Java In Plain English.

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