This document explains how pointers and memory work and how to use them—from the basic concepts through all the major programming techniques. For each topic there is a combination of discussion, sample C code, and drawings.
This book is designed for a first course1 in computer science that uses C++ as the language by which programming is studied. My goal in writing the book has not been to cover the syntax of a large language like C++, but to leverage the best features of the language using sound practices of programming and pedagogy in the study of computer science and software design. My intent is that mastering the material presented here will provide: A strong grounding in the analysis, construction, and design of programs and programming. A means for honing problem-solving skills associated with the study of computer programming and a taste of both the science and engineering aspects of programming. An introduction to computer science that gives the student more of an idea of what the discipline is about than most introductory programming texts.
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This book written to provide clear and concise explanation of topics for programmers both starting to learn the C++ programming language as well as those diving in more complex topics. Most examples are linked to online playground that allows you to change the code and re-run it.
This book is an introduction to computer programming using C++ as the language for writing programmes, and to solid, fundamental programming principles - including writing structured programmes, looping, data structures and iteration.
This book is a modern guide for all C++ programmers to learn Threading Building Blocks (TBB). Written by TBB and parallel programming experts, this book reflects their collective decades of experience in developing and teaching parallel programming with TBB, offering their insights in an approachable manner. Throughout the book the authors present numerous examples and best practices to help you become an effective TBB programmer and leverage the power of parallel systems.
This Creative Commons-licensed textbook written by Norwich University students and faculty aims to provide an introduction to the C++ programming language. The PDF and original typesetting materials are available if you are interested in having a free digital copy of your own or if you wish to contribute to improving the book.