The Ninth Edition of Sams Teach Yourself C++ in One Hour a Day
Starting with one hour a day, you can gain all the skills you need to begin programming in C++. This complete tutorial will help you quickly master the basics of object-oriented programming and teach you advanced C++ language features and concepts. Fully updated for the C++20 standard, this practical book is designed to help you write C++ code that's faster, simpler, and more reliable.
* Master the fundamentals of C++ and object-oriented programming
* Use the Standard Template Library (STL) to quickly develop more powerful and reliable real-world applications
* Learn modern C++20 features such as concepts, ranges, views, adaptors, and modules
* Apply proven Do's and Don'ts to leverage best practices and avoid pitfalls from day one
* Test your knowledge and expertise with focused exercises after every lesson
* Learn using nearly 300 compiling code samples that are available for free download and have been explained in detail in the book
Learn on your own time, at your own pace
* No programming experience required: start writing well-organized, efficient C++ programs quickly!
* Master object-oriented concepts such as classes, inheritance, polymorphism, encapsulation, and abstraction
* Create reliable, feature-rich programs with STL classes, containers, and algorithms
* Simplify your code using automatic type deduction and other features
* Program function objects with modern C++ Lambda expressions
* Accelerate learning using nearly 300 code samples explained within
* Make the most of new C++20 concepts, ranges, views, adaptors, and modules
* Preview improvements expected in C++23
Siddhartha Rao is the vice president in charge of product security at SAP SE, the world's most trustworthy supplier of enterprise software and cloud services. A software engineer at heart, Siddhartha is convinced that the rapid evolution of C++ has powered this age of machine learning and artificial intelligence. Features introduced by C++20 enable you to program simpler yet more powerful applications than ever before. In authoring this book, Siddhartha has taken care to ensure that this book's nearly 300 compiling code examples are accompanied by detailed analyses of how they work.
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