Download Complete Guide to Programming in C++ Ulla Kirch-Prinz, Peter Prinz


This book was written for readers interested in learning the C++ programming language from scratch, and for both novice and advanced C++ programmers wishing to enhance their knowledge of C++. It was our goal from the beginning to design this text with the capabilities of serving dual markets, as a textbook for students and as a holistic reference manual for professionals.

The C++ language definition is based on the American National Standards Institute ANSI Standard X3J16. This standard also complies with ISO norm 14882, which was ratified by the International Standardization Organization in 1998. The C++ programming language is thus platform-independent in the main with a majority of C++ compilers providing ANSI support. New elements of the C++ language, such as exception handling and templates, are supported by most of the major compilers. Visit the Jones and Bartlett web site at for a listing of compilers available for this text. The chapters in this book are organized to guide the reader from elementary language concepts to professional software development, with in-depth coverage of all the C++ language elements en route. The order in which these elements are discussed reflects our goal of helping the reader to create useful programs at every step of the way.


Chapter 1 Fundamentals 1

Development and Properties of C++

Object-Oriented Programming

Developing a C++ Program

A Beginner’s C++ Program

Structure of Simple C++ Programs


Chapter 2 Fundamental Types, Constants, and Variables

Fundamental Types


Escape Sequences

Names 28

Variables 30

The Keywords const and volatile

Chapter 3 Using Functions and Classes

Declaring Functions

Function Calls

Type void for Functions

Header Files

Standard Header Files

Using Standard Classes

Chapter 4 Input and Output with Streams


Formatting and Manipulators

Formatted Output of Integers

Formatted Output of Floating-Point Numbers

Output in Fields

Output of Characters, Strings, and Boolean Values

Formatted Input

Formatted Input of Numbers

Unformatted Input/Output

Chapter 5 Operators for Fundamental Types

Binary Arithmetic Operators

Unary Arithmetic Operators


Relational Operators

Logical Operators

Chapter 6 Control Flow

The while Statement

The for Statement

The do-while Statement

Selections with if-else

Else-if Chains

Conditional Expressions

Selecting with switch

Jumps with break, continue, and goto

Chapter 7 Symbolic Constants and Macros


Macros with Parameters

Working with the #define Directive

Conditional Inclusion

Standard Macros for Character Manipulation

Redirecting Standard Input and Output

Chapter 8 Converting Arithmetic Types

Implicit Type Conversions

Performing Usual Arithmetic Type Conversions

Implicit Type Conversions in Assignments

More Type Conversions

Chapter 9 The Standard Class string

Defining and Assigning Strings

Concatenating Strings

Comparing Strings

Inserting and Erasing in Strings

Searching and Replacing in Strings

Accessing Characters in Strings

Chapter 10 Functions

Significance of Functions in C++

Defining Functions

Return Value of Functions

Passing Arguments

Inline Functions

Default Arguments

Overloading Functions

Recursive Functions

Chapter 11 Storage Classes and Namespaces

Storage Classes of Objects

The Storage Class extern

The Storage Class static

The Specifiers auto and register

The Storage Classes of Functions


The Keyword using

Chapter 12 References and Pointers

Defining References

References as Parameters

References as Return Value

Expressions with Reference Type

Defining Pointers

The Indirection Operator

Pointers as Parameters

Chapter 13 Defining Classes

The Class Concept

Defining Classes

Defining Methods

Defining Objects

Using Objects

Pointers to Objects



Chapter 14 Methods


Constructor Calls


Inline Methods

Access Methods

const Objects and Methods

Standard Methods

this Pointer

Passing Objects as Arguments

Returning Objects

Chapter 15 Member Objects and Static Members

Member Objects

Member Initializers

Constant Member Objects

Static Data Members

Accessing Static Data Members


Chapter 16 Arrays

Defining Arrays

Initializing Arrays


Class Arrays

Multidimensional Arrays

Member Arrays

Chapter 17 Arrays and Pointers

Arrays and Pointers (1)

Arrays and Pointers (2)

Pointer Arithmetic

Arrays as Arguments

Pointer Versions of Functions

Read-Only Pointers

Returning Pointers

Arrays of Pointers

Command Line Arguments

Chapter 18 Fundamentals of File Input and Output


File Streams

Creating File Streams

Open Modes

Closing Files

Reading and Writing Blocks

Object Persistence

Chapter 19 Overloading Operators


Operator Functions (1)

Operator Functions (2)

Using Overloaded Operators

Global Operator Functions

Friend Functions

Friend Classes

Overloading Subscript Operators

Overloading Shift-Operators for I/O

Chapter 20 Type Conversion for Classes

Conversion Constructors

Conversion Functions

Ambiguities of Type Conversions

Chapter 21 Dynamic Memory Allocation

The Operator new

The Operator delete

Dynamic Storage Allocation for Classes

Dynamic Storage Allocation for Arrays

Application: Linked Lists

Representing a Linked List

Chapter 22 Dynamic Members

Members of Varying Length

Classes with a Dynamic Member

Creating and Destroying Objects

Implementing Methods

Copy Constructor




Chapter 23 Inheritance

Concept of Inheritance

Derived Classes

Members of Derived Classes

Member Access

Redefining Members

Constructing and Destroying Derived Classes

Objects of Derived Classes

Protected Members

Chapter 24 Type Conversion in Class Hierarchies

Converting to Base Classes

Type Conversions and Assignments

Converting References and Pointers

Explicit Type Conversions

Chapter 25 Polymorphism

Concept of Polymorphism

Virtual Methods

Destroying Dynamically Allocated Objects

Virtual Method Table

Dynamic Casts

Chapter 26 Abstract Classes

Pure Virtual Methods

Abstract and Concrete Classes

Pointers and References to Abstract Classes

Virtual Assignment

Application: Inhomogeneous Lists

Implementing an Inhomogeneous List

Chapter 27 Multiple Inheritance

Multiply-Derived Classes

Multiple Indirect Base Classes

Virtual Base Classes

Constructor Calls

Initializing Virtual Base Classes

Chapter 28 Exception Handling

Traditional Error Handling

Exception Handling

Exception Handlers

Throwing and Catching Exceptions

Nesting Exception Handling

Defining Your Own Error Classes

Standard Exception Classes

Chapter 29 More About Files

Opening a File for Random Access

Positioning for Random Access

File State

Exception Handling for Files

Persistence of Polymorphic Objects

Application: Index Files

Implementing an Index File

Chapter 30 More About Pointers

Pointer to Pointers

Variable Number of Arguments

Pointers to Functions

Complex Declarations

Defining Typenames

Application: Dynamic Matrices

Chapter 31 Manipulating Bits

Bitwise Operators

Bitwise Shift Operators

Bit Masks

Using Bit Masks




Chapter 32 Templates

Function and Class Templates

Defining Templates

Template Instantiation

Template Parameters

Template Arguments


Default Arguments of Templates

Explicit Instantiation

Chapter 33 Containers

Container Types



Declaring Sequences

Inserting in Sequences

Accessing Objects

Length and Capacity

Deleting in Sequences

List Operations

Associative Containers

Sets and Multisets

Maps and Multimaps

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