Programming with Visual C++: Concepts and Projects

Programming with Visual C++: Concepts and Projects

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Visual, interactive, and engaging projects are the hallmark of this innovative book that marks a rapid departure from traditional computer science texts. Programming in Visual C++: Concepts and Projects uses a graphical user interface (GUI) approach instead of the traditional console (plan text) mode, to provide a thorough introduction to computer science and C++ concepts that is highly visual and enjoyable for the reader. Because Visual C++ no longer requires advanced skills to produce GUIs, even beginning readers are able to produce attractive and functional GUIs within the first few chapters. Coverage includes a comprehensive introduction to programming basics, including control and data structures, as well as object-oriented programming. Straightforward and easy to understand, this is a valuable resource for anyone interested in a computer science book that is as fun as it is informative. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.See IDE (Visual Studio) VLSI (very large-scale integration), 10 void methods ( without return values), 275, 312qr calls to, 280, ... UML class diagrams, 589a€”591 Node class diagrams, 604 unassigned variables, 448 undeclared identifier error anbsp;...

Title:Programming with Visual C++: Concepts and Projects
Author:James Allert
Publisher:Cengage Learning - 2008-02-20


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