Alex Allain, author and webmaster of Harvard’s first two introductory computer science courses, CS 50, which focuses on C, Get Jumping into C++ today!. Jumping into C++ Alex Allain is a Director of Engineering at Dropbox. Alex has run since and is the author of. I don’t know what “Jumping into C++” covers, but I suspect it’s primarily introductory. Understand that you’ve just embarked on a wonderful journey, not a sprint.
|Published (Last):||13 August 2005|
|PDF File Size:||3.17 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||18.26 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Jumping into C++ by Alex Allain
Juping to learn to code? Struggling to follow your lecturer or books and tutorials written for experts? I know where people struggle, and how to overcome it. I cover every step of the programming process, including:.
Getting the tools you need to program and how to use them Basic language features like variables, loops and functions How to go from an idea to code A clear, understandable explanation of pointers Strings, file IO, arrays, references Classes, object oriented programming, and advanced class design Data structures and the standard template library STL Key concepts are reinforced with quizzes and over 75 practice problems.
You’ll also get over 70 sample source code files to use or adapt. You’ll learn the same concepts that you would if you took a programming class, plus you’ll get a ton of additional information on how to design and implement more advanced programs.
I’ll even guide you through how to use a debugger, with four sample debugging sessions that will show you the techniques and tricks you’ll need to quickly make your programs work correctly.
Jumping into C++, by Alex Allain –
Don’t struggle trying to figure out how to write your homework problem sets–in this book, you will get tips on writing and designing programs with examples worked through. Moreover, since I’ve designed the book to provide thorough coverage of most topics, you’ll solidify your foundation. PS Want to take a sneak peek at the table of contents and first chapter?
Note that purchases of the hard-copy edition are subject to the return policies of the retailer and are not eligible for the Cprogramming.
The hard copy on Amazon has a higher page count because each page has less text on it — for the hard copy, we had to make the pages smaller and the margins bigger so that the physical book would be pleasant to hold and read.
The content in the two books is the same. I don’t have a PayPal account or don’t have a credit card. You don’t need a PayPal account to pay with PayPal, you can enter a credit card number instead.
If you have an ATM or debit card, you can use it exactly like a credit card to purchase the book. Just select the credit card checkout option and where it asks for the credit card number, expiration date, etc.
Alternatively, you can also pay via eCheck using PayPal. You can sign up for a free PayPal account, then enter your bank routing and account numbers to make an eCheck payment; however, if you pay by eCheck, you will have to wait several days for the check to clear before jjumping can download the book.
I bought the book but I haven’t received it yet!
Jumping into C++
While most orders are processed immediately, in rare cases, it may take up to several hours to fully process your payment, and in even rarer cases, the email with the link to download the book may not arrive. If you still have not received an email with a jumpng link to the book three hours after purchase, send an email to webmaster cprogramming.
If you bought the hard copy edition and have not received it within the expected delivery window, contact the retailer from whom you bought the book.
jumpihg The sample source code is packaged with the ebook, but if you lost the source code, or bought the hard copy version, you can download the source code here. Click here to see the full table of contents and a sample chapter! Take a peek Click here to see the full table of contents and a sample chapter! Guaranteed Want to learn to code? I cover every step of the programming process, including: If you’re just starting out If you’re a student If you’re having trouble going beyond the basics Where can I alkain the sample source code that comes with the book?