Object Oriented Programming in C++ by Lafore

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Object oriented programming in c++

Object Oriented Programming in C++ by Lafore :

Author: Lafore

Publisher: Pearson Education

Language: English

Pages: 1040

ISBN-10: 8131722821

ISBN-13: 978-8131722824

About the Author :


Object Oriented Programming in C++ by Lafore – Robert W. Lafore  is a computer programmer and systems analyst and entrepreneur. He is a best-selling writer in the field of computer programming. Lafore authored a number of books on the subject of computer programming. At one time he was an editor for the Waite Group publishers.

About This Book :


Object-Oriented Programming in C++ is a comprehensive solution for teaching object-oriented programming using the features of ANSI/ISO C++. It covers the basic concepts of object-oriented programming, why those concepts exist and how to make them work effectively. The Fourth Edition is updated and revised to include more UML coverage, inter-file communication and use-cases analysis to explain software design. The book covers object-oriented programming through task-oriented examples and figures to conceptualize the techniques and approaches used. It also contains questions and exercises to reinforce the concepts students have learned. Suggested solutions to the programming projects found at the end of each chapter are made available to instructors at recognized educational institutions.



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