About The Book
Let Us C++ is one of the best books ever written on the programming language C++. The book comes with a CD-ROM that has codes, demos, executables and compliers. MATLAB examples have also been added to the book. The book is lucidly written, similar to all the previous editions of the book, which were successful.
C++ is still the chosen language for the fields of engineering and science and for handheld devices and game programming. C++ programmers have to learn the language's complexities and deal with its usage in operating systems like Windows and Linux. The book covers all these aspects of C++ and is even helpful for those who have no previous knowledge of C or C++.
Let Us C++ starts off with the basics and builds up steadily with information. This enables students to grasp the complicated topics in a progression. There are many programming exercises and examples to learn every aspect of the programming language.
The topics covered include pointers, low level file input/output, complete build process, unions, structures, blocking of signals, bitwise operators, processes, bit-fields, signal and signal handling, event driven programming, zombies, PIDs, C in Windows, Architecture, Windows Programming Model, GNOME programming using the GTK library, Windows Messaging Mouse Programming and Internet Programming. Now in its 13th edition, the book was published on 14 March 2003 and is available in paperback.
- It is the best book for beginners and advanced students alike with hundreds of sample programming and associated notes.
- The supplied CD-ROM contains sample programs and tutorials for advanced operating system programming using C and C++.