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This book fills a void between the many syntax-oriented programming texts that teach readers how to program in C++ with standard I/O (e.g., Deitel) and the relatively few books that assume a knowledge of OOP/C++ and emphasize GUI programming using higher-level frameworks (e.g., Blanchette). There are plenty of books on C++ programming but, with few exceptions, the user interface is constrained to either primitive terminal I/O, or closed-source, non-portable libraries (e.g., Microsoft Foundation Classes).

Publisher: Prentice Hall
Author: Alan Ezust, Paul Ezust
ISBN: 978-0-132-82645-7
Year: 2011
Pages: 768
Language: English
File size: 16.4 MB
File format: PDF
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