"Great coverage and examples." — Ronald Conway, Bowling Green State University
"I think one of the great strengths is the inclusion of all of the source code files throughout all of the chapters. Also, the variety of supplemental resources (VideoNotes, PowerPoint presentations, Check Point and review questions, test bank questions) are very useful and provide the student with many avenues in acquiring proficiency of the course material." — Jeanette Gibbons, South Dakota State University
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Introductory Programming / C++
Starting Out with C++: From Control Structures through Objects, FIFTH EDITION
Previous editions of this book were called “Standard Version of Starting Out with C++”
“Gaddis’ Starting Out with C++ is superbly crafted and clearly presents all the necessary technical building blocks in a logical order that breeds confidence and competence in students. I speak for my students and myself in saying thank you, Tony, for these superior texts!”
–Peter van der Goes, Rose State College
“I use Starting Out with C++ in my classroom because it does exactly that–starts the student with C++ from the ground up, providing all the tools and answering the tough questions. Without assuming any background knowledge, Gaddis supplies all the essentials for building a strong C++ programmer.”
–Dale Suggs, Campbell University
“Starting Out with C++ is a thorough introduction that provides great support and flexibility for both the student and the instructor. I have never had a complaint from a student about this book. Keep up the good work Tony!”
–Jeanne Douglas, University of Vermont
Starting Out with C++: From Control Structures through Objects is the favorite textbook of instructors who place an emphasis on problem-solving and program design in their introduction to C++ course. Tony Gaddis’ gradual and accessible approach to teaching programming concepts gives students the right amount of detail needed to master programming skills.
• Covers procedural programming–control structures, functions, arrays, and pointers–before objects
• Has a clear and student-friendly writing style with stepped-out explanations that motivate beginning programmers
• Includes concise, practical, real-world examples students can relate to and understand
• Has a wealth of exercises in each chapter so students have the chance to put concepts to work as they learn them
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