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Problem Solving With C++:
Best-selling author Walter Savitch has written a new highly accessible introductory computer science text suitable for both majors and non-majors courses. This text, Problem Solving With C++, is based on the idea that students are more likely to use a method successfully and intuitively if they learn it early. With this in mind, the book opens with basic control structures and defining functions and then covers classes. This placement has students designing their own classes from the beginning so that by the end of Chapter 8 they can write realistic class definitions. Other topics given early coverage include public and private members, function overloading, operator overloading, and friend functions. In addition, the text features Professor Savitch's friendly, motivational writing style and strong pedagogical program which guide students through each topic, building both a thorough understanding of C++ and good programming techniques. This title also offers a modular organization that lets instructors tailor topic selection and presentation.Audience: Freshman/Sophomore Computer Science majors/non-majors Courses: Introduction to C++ Introduction to Programming Introduction to Computer Science Prerequisite: High School Algebra 080537440XB04062001 [via]