A First Book of C++, Fourth Edition by Gary J. Bronson

By Gary J. Bronson

Gary Bronson's a primary e-book OF C++, Fourth version, takes a hands-on, utilized method of the 1st programming language direction for college students learning laptop technology. The ebook starts with procedural programming in C, after which progressively introduces object-oriented programming positive aspects and the C++ language syntax that permits first-time programmers to exploit them.

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1 Data Types The objective of all programs is to process data, be it numerical, alphabetical, audio, or video. Central to this objective is classifying data into specific types. For example, calculating the interest due on a bank balance requires mathematical operations on numerical data, and alphabetizing a list of names requires comparison operations on character-based data. Additionally, some operations aren’t applicable to certain types of data. For example, it makes no sense to add names together.

All statements in a function, however, belong to two broad categories: executable statements and nonexecutable statements. An executable statement causes the computer to perform some specific action when the program runs. For example, a statement telling the computer to display output or add numbers is an executable statement. Executable statements must always end with a semicolon. A nonexecutable statement describes some feature of the program or its data but doesn’t cause the computer to perform any action when a program runs.

The simplest C++ program consists of the single function main() and has this form: #includeƒ usingƒnamespaceƒstd; intƒmain() { ƒƒprogramƒstatementsƒinƒhere; ƒƒreturnƒ0; } This program consists of a preprocessor #include statement, a using statement, a header line for the main() function, and the body of the main() function. The body of the function begins with the opening brace, {, and ends with the closing brace, }. 5. All executable C++ statements within a function body must be terminated by a semicolon.

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