Problem Solving with C++: The Object of Programming
This is the world's leading book for teaching introductory programming concepts and C++ to novices. This book teaches readers how to define their own classes early, while ensuring a solid understanding of basic tools such as simple control structures and function definitions. It takes a measured approach to classes, teaching how to write some simple classes, then adds cons...more
Paperback, 1000 pages
Published July 16th 2002 by Addison Wesley Publishing Company
(first published July 1995)
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I read this book before starting a C++ class and I thought this book was much better written than the book were using in class. I think Savitch did a good job breaking down the code examples well for a beginner and introduces things at the perfect rate. I thought the chapters needed a little reorganizing though, as it seemed like some of the concepts were introduced in a weird order. But I noticed that the newer editions have pretty drastic changes in chapter numbers, so maybe that's been fixed....more
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