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  • ISBN: 0672333317
  • Author: Jesse Liberty
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  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 464
  • Publisher: Sams Publishing; 5 edition (April 24, 2011)
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  • Category: IT
  • Subcategory: Programming
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by Jesse Liberty First published June 1997. Showing 1-6 of 6. Teach Yourself C++ in 24 Hours: Complete Starter Kit, with CDROM (Paperback). Published June 7th 1997 by Sams. Paperback, 450 pages. Author(s): Jesse Liberty. ISBN: 0672310678 (ISBN13: 9780672310676).

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Sams Teach Yourself C++ in One Hour a Day. In just one hour a day, you’ll have all the skills you need to begin programming in C+. Designed to being with the basics, you will become acquainted with the entire SAP system, from. Designed to being with th.00.

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Jesse Liberty is the author of numerous books on software development . Rogers Cadenhead is a web application developer who has written many books on Internet-related topics, including Teach Yourself Java in 24 Hours.

Jesse Liberty is the author of numerous books on software development, including best selling titles on C++ and. He is the president of Liberty Associates, Inc. where he provides custom programming, consulting, and training.

Starter Kit

Includes C++ compiler and IDE for Windows, Mac & Linux

In just 24 lessons of one hour or less, you can learn the basics of programming with C++–one of the most popular and powerful programming languages ever created.

Using a straightforward, step-by-step approach, this fast and friendly tutorial teaches you everything you need to know, from installing and using a compiler, to debugging the programs you’ve created, to what’s coming in C++0x, the next version of C++.

Each lesson builds on what you’ve already learned, giving you a solid understanding of the basics of C++ programming concepts and techniques.

Step-by-step instructions carefully walk you through the most common C++ programming tasks

Quizzes and Exercises at the end of each chapter help you test yourself to make sure you’re ready to go on

Starter Kit software provides everything you need to create and compile C++ programs on any platform–Windows, Mac or Linux

Learn how to…

Install and use a C++ compiler for Windows, Mac OS X or Linux Build object-oriented programs in C++ Master core C++ concepts such as functions, classes, arrays, and pointers Add rich functionality with linked lists and templates Debug your programs for flawless code Learn exception and error-handling techniques Discover what’s new in C++0x, the next version of C++

Jesse Liberty is the author of numerous books on software development, including best selling titles on C++ and .NET. He is the president of Liberty Associates, Inc. where he provides custom programming, consulting, and training.

Rogers Cadenhead is a web application developer who has written many books on Internet-related topics, including Teach Yourself Java in 24 Hours. He maintains this book’s official website at http://cplusplus.cadenhead.org.

CD-ROM Includes

C++ compiler

Visual development environment for Windows, Mac and Linux

Source code for the book’s examples

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Comments (7)

heart of sky
This book is very good in the early chapters. While reading this book, I've realized something about this TYPE of book (no italics here, I guess): pre-formatted, serialized books -- such as "in 24 hours" -- don't give an author (or authors, as here) much space to really lay out the content. He's given 24 chapters to cover 24 topics and likely a page window for each of those chapters (they're supposed to be readable within an hour). At the end of some of these chapters, you can see his page count is not quite enough and things just start getting ad hoc-ed onto the end, relevant or not to the actual chapter. That I don't mind so much, but sparsely covering pointers in one circumstance -- like every other book on C and C++, we're shown that an int won't be changed when a function's stack frame ends ("stack frames", though, aren't mentioned in the book at all), but memory locations referenced by pointers will be -- and then not explaining how/when/why pointers (or references) should be used in more complicated and real-life situations even as they use them later in the book.

I am a computer science major who is just learning programming -- I do some *nix scripting at work and am learning Java in another course. It may be that Java is simply a much more user-friendly language (notwithstanding whatever corollary-drawbacks there are to that), but the books I've been using to learn that language are much more straightforward. I've purchased C++ Primer Plus and, straight-away, it looks to be a much better book than this for this language. It's very thick, but, hopefully, that means things are better explained.

The authors do have some good Dan Gookin-like jokes. The end of every chapter has some questions about the content of the chapter and the last question is about something completely random. Interesting if not completely nonsensical.
Eyalanev
I always need to learn IT topics quickly and this helped. I went though college prior to a lot of schools having Computer Science degree programs and most of the ones that did had them within their Math Departments. When I went through college there was structured programming taught in Pascal and later you got some "C" programming. Since that time I've taken some Object Oriented programming, most notably "ADA" through a course at work. Picking up C++ is not that difficult for me and this Sams book helped me get going.
Unirtay
This book was extremely easy to plow through. I enjoyed the fact that it helped me set up my IDE beforehand. The lessons went in the order I expected them in, and there were plenty of projects to practice the skills on. Let me say that I already had a ton of Visual Basic experience, and have already gone through the Java 24 hrs book, so this was easy for obvious reasons. I bought this simply because I wanted a casual introduction to C++.

As per the 24 hrs experience, you will be treated as though you have no programming knowledge whatsoever. For those who fit this category, this book is definitely for you. Even for those who know languages fluently like Visual Basic or Java, this book is a nice (albeit tedious) introduction to C++.
greed style
Could actually understand..
Onnell
I bought this book because I was a huge fan of "Sam's Teach Yourself SQL in 10 minutes a day". This book starts out simple enough, learning about basic commands such as input/output text, defining variables, what data types you can use, how to structure language, and how to write some simple programs. But then around chapter 9 the book becomes so very confusing and it just continues to muddle up from there. Going from no knowledge of C++, I felt pretty good after the first few chapters, thinking I could hammer out an hour a day no problem. Now at 1/3 of the way through the book I just don't have the brain power to keep up with what is being discussed. I am in IT and my career is in computer knowledge and troubleshooting, but this book is too much.

Now if I knew C++ I may suggest this as a reference guide to refresh someone on how the language worked. Or if I knew another language, I can see where if you knew the complexities of programming that these lessons would make sense. But as someone who was hoping to be able to code something useful at the end of reading this book, sadly I must say that does not seem possible.
Ginaun
good
I'm a Russian Occupant
good book, fast delivery.
Looks like a new book.

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