Publisher: Oxford University Press
Weight: 420 g
Beginning with an explanation of the procedure-oriented programming system, the role played by structures in this system, and the reasons that led to the creation of OOPS, the book provides a systematic discussion of features such as classes, objects, dynamic memory management, constructors, destructors, inheritance, dynamic polymorphism, and operator overloading. The concepts of stream handling, templates (including the Standard Template Library), and exception handling have been covered in detail to provide more control and convenience to programmers.
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