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C++ LANGUAGE TUTORIAL

This tutorial teaches the C++ programming language but assumes that the student has already attained a reasonable proficiency in C programming. It is composed of 12 chapters which should be studied in order since topics are introduced in a logical order and build upon topics introduced in previous chapters. It is to the students benefit to download the source code for the example programs, then compile and execute each program as it is studied. The diligent student will modify the example program in some way, then recompile and execute it to see if he understands the material studied for that program. This will provide the student with valuable experience using his compiler.

The recommended method of study is to print the text for one or two chapters, download the example programs, and study the material by loading the example programs in the compiler's editor for viewing. Following successful completion of each chapter, additional chapters can be downloaded.

Version 1.0b - 16 April 1998

I hope you find programming in C++ to be rewarding and profitable. I personally think it is an excellent extension to C programming and is well worth the effort needed to master it.

Introduction - What is C++ and why study it?
Chapter 1 - Simple Things
Chapter 2 - Compound Types
Chapter 3 - Pointers
Chapter 4 - Functions
Chapter 5 - Encapsulation
Chapter 6 - More Encapsulation
Chapter 7 - Inheritance
Chapter 8 - More Inheritance
Chapter 9 - Multiple Inheritance
Chapter 10 - Virtual Functions
Chapter 11 - More Virtual Functions
Chapter 12 - Flyaway Adventure Game


Copyright © 1998 David Alan Quick - Last update, 16 April 1998
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