A Concise Edition of the Definitive C++ Text Suitable for One-Term CoursesThis concise and consolidated edition of the bestselling Programming and Problem Solving with C++ was developed in response to the need for a text that covered only what students and instructors are able to move through in a single semester. Sacrificing none of the breadth and detail of the comprehensive edition, the Brief Edition retains Dale and Weems's trademark accessible and hands-on style. Highly relevant real-world examples and strong pedagogical features will engage students as they build key skills and absorb critical concepts. The text's student-focused approach makes even the most difficult concepts in computer science programming accessible to all students.Expanded and reorganized, Programming and Problem Solving with C++: Brief, Sixth Edition presents advanced topics at the introductory level and is the ideal text for one-term introductory computer science programming courses. New and Key Features:- Includes new programming exercises and new, more student-friendly organization of material- Provides new discussion of Pointers and expanded discussion of C-Strings- Features strong pedagogical elements, including real-world case studies and highly relevant exercises that reinforce key concepts and build crucial skills- Introduces C++ language constructs in parallel with appropriate theory so that students immediately realize practical applications- Every new printed copy of the text is packaged with full student access to Turing's Craft Custom CodeLab. Customized to match the organization of the text, CodeLab offers students hands-on C++ programming experience. The system immediately judges the correctness of code typed in by students, and offers hints for building and improving coding skills- Ideally suited for bundling with A Laboratory Course in C++ (978-1-284-02590-3), a digital resource prepared by Nell Dale- Includes a full suite of ancillary resources including a source code for students and instructors, and Power Point Lecture Outlines and a Test Bank for instructorsThe trouble is, no one else knows what our diagram means! If programmers used a common set of symbols, then they could read one anothera#39;s diagrams. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is just such a collection of symbols.
|Title||:||Programming and Problem Solving with C++|
|Author||:||Nell B. Dale, Chip Weems|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2013-01-28|