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Step-By-Step C++ (3 Book Series - Basics to Advanced) Kindle Edition now Free @ Amazon

Step-By-Step C++ (3 Book Series - Basics to Advanced) Kindle Edition now Free @ Amazon

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Posted 29th Apr
C++ forms the basis of a lot of modern programming languages and continues to be a sought after skill in the software world, who wants to hone their skills here, a well reviewed book in Kindle Format can be had for free.

The Get Deal link should allow you to buy all 3 books together, below you can also buy individual books.

Learning a programming language can seem like a daunting task. You may have looked at coding in the past, and felt it was too complicated and confusing. This comprehensive beginner’s guide will take you step by step through learning one of the best programming languages out there. In a matter of no time, you will be writing code like a professional.

C++: Programming Basics for Absolute Beginners (Step-By-Step C++ Book 1)

Key Topics

  • Basics of C++
  • Writing Your First Program, Step-By-Step
  • Basic Program Structure
  • Compilers
  • Editors
  • Sample Applications
  • Capabilities of C++
  • Benefits and Limitations of C++
  • How to Minimize Bugs and Errors
  • How to Avoid Being Hacked
  • Sample C++ Library
  • Glossary of Terms

C++: A Detailed Approach to Practical Coding (Step-By-Step C++ Book 2)

Key Topics

  • Data Types
  • Variable Scope
  • Constants and Literals
  • Modifier Types
  • Operators
  • Numbers
  • Strings
  • Functions
  • Classes and Objects
  • Arrays
  • Pointers
  • Data Structure
  • Date and Time

C++: Advanced Features and Programming Techniques (Step-By-Step C++ Book 3)

Key Topics

  • Inheritance
  • Overloading
  • Polymorphism
  • Abstract Classes
  • Encapsulation
  • Interfaces
  • Exception Handling
  • Namespaces
  • Templates
  • Threads
  • Containers
  • Algorithms
  • Regular Expressions

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Excellent! Teaching a new generation of people how to tear their hair out.
Purchased all three.

Got the Java ones the other day. Decent and informative but frustrating that they did really have real world examples and an end to end example.
If you’re absolute beginner at programming, I wouldn’t recommend starting with C++. It can put you off from programming for good.

Depending on your intentions, career in software engineering, automation in existing job or just hobby, I would start with either Python, Java or even JavaScript.
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