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C++ For Dummies (For Dummies (Computers)) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 8. August 2014

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Learn to:
* Program in C++ from the ground up
* Write your first program in C++
* Work with master classes and inheritance
* Sail through streaming I/O
 
The bestselling guide that shows you how to master C++ from the ground up
 
Whether you're a beginner or intermediate programmer looking to fine-tune your skills, C++ For Dummies gives you clear instructions and guidance on becoming a functional C++ programmer. Updated to reflect the latest changes for C++ 2014, this hands-on guide shows you how to make sense of classes, inheritance, and advanced strokes--and much more.
* C++ Programming 101 -- find out what it means to write a computer program, learn to speak the C++ language, and start crunching C++ commands
* Put the "fun" in functional programming -- build upon your newly-gained knowledge to bundle sections of C++ code into modules, and then reuse those modules in programs
* The plot thickens -- get the scoop on object-oriented programming and grasp classes, constructors, destructors, and much more
* Fly first class -- understand why inheritance is the key to effective C++ programming, and become a first-rate object-oriented programmer
* Become a master programmer -- take your skills to the next level and master features like file input/output, error-handling, constructs, and templates
 
Open the book and find:
* How to create your first program in Code::Blocks
* Mathematical and logical operations
* An introduction to pointers
* What you need to know about object-oriented programming
* How to use the copy constructor
* Ways to handle errors and keep your program from being hacked
* A companion website that features all the code from the book

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Stephen R. Davis is the bestselling author of numerous books and articles, including C# For Dummies. He has been programming for over 30 years and currently works for Booz Allen Hamilton in the area of Homeland Defense.

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Falls man vor vielen Jahren mal C benutzt hat ist das eine gute Möglichkeit es wieder aufzufrischen und sich selbst zu aktualisieren.
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Very good Produkt. Good for beginners but also for advanced C++ Users. Thx very much!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Catching up on programming languages 22. Februar 2013
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I have programmed in Basic, Pascal, and Visual Basic. I skipped C, so until recently I wanted to catch up on some languages and learn Java. I read the Sam's Teach Yourself Java in 21 days and when I had finished I found there was still things I was confused about, so I got Java for Dummies. While that cleared up things a bit more. I figured I would go back to the Visual environment. I opened up Visual Studio and realized either I knew nothing about .Net or I hated it. Ok, you you are wondering what this all has to do with C++. I figured I would jump back in time to a period where I should have learned C. I started building Arduino projects, because guess what? They are programmed in C. Having gotten fairly comfortable with C, the language I should have learn a while back, I figured I would work my way back up to Visual Studio and finally be able to understand Java, by learning C++ and C#. I have been purchasing these books used, because of their value and they are kind of hard to find. This is a great book and it was delivered to me brand new with the original CD. For $10, including shipping, I could not have asked for anything better. Now I can hopefully understand what I have been reading in Sam's Teach Yourself C++. Don't get me wrong while my Sam's Teach Yourself Java book was something I would not recommend, the C++ Sam's book is very detailed. I do like it, but the Dummies books are much easier to read and gives you clear and understandable concepts of what your are trying to learn. My bookselves at home are slowly going all yellow from the many Dummies books I have. While some will laugh or hesitate at the title they are a great way to learn a complex subject.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great intro for people with minimal CS background (A basic understand of comp sci will naturally help, though) 20. Januar 2014
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Very well-done and clear tutorial to C++. I bought this to learn the basics, having done no programming before, and after four months I've made almost a hundred programs, including a chess game and a program to model the quantum physics double-slit experiment. You'l need supplemental resources once you get into functions and classes and things, but for the basics, it was the best book I could find.
Idk if I can write this, but I recommend "Learn c++ by making games" as a supplement, as reading the corresponding sections in both books really helped me learn.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Another Disappointment 22. September 2015
Von Ronnie Gonzalez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Like just about every C++ book I've yet read, this one starts out great but then painfully deteriorates into yet another tiresome trudge through overwhelming, unexplained proceduralism that would have you drink from a fire hose. Your unending quest for a truly good C++ book must therefore continue, I'm afraid.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Great book 13. Juni 2017
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This book has been very helpful with learning C++ it breaks everything down and is much easier to follow than some things I've looked at online (like videos).
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Learning Tool 5. April 2013
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After visiting PAX 2012, it made me realize how badly I wanted to get into the gaming industry! And as I walked around the floors, looking at everything, staring at all the stuff happening around me, was when I decided I wanted to learn computer programming for I can program video games! This book has helped me a lot with that, but it's programming tool it comes with isn't so great. Sure it "can" be helpful but I found downloading VS Express for Desktop was far more productive.

It's also forced me to write every program example the book has. With the disk the book comes with, you can cheat and bring up the program automatically. That's the lazy way to do it, and you don't learn anything. So I don't suggest you use the CD very much.

I got lucky in that my fiance is a computer programmer himself, but if you're not so lucky, about.com is very useful. They have tons of resources to help you learn programming. If you're determined to learn to program, there's many tools out there to help you teach yourself! Get this book, and dive it!

Also, don't be afraid to write in the book.
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