C++17 By Example:Practical projects to get you up and running with C++17
Release Finelybook 出版日期：2018-02-26
C++ is a general-purpose programming language built with a bias towards embedded programming and systems programming. Over the years, C++ has evolved and is used to develop software for many different sectors. Given its versatility and robustness, C++is a wonderful language to start your coding journey with. This book covers exciting projects built in C++ that show how to implement the language in different scenarios. While developing these projects, you will not only learn the language constructs but also how you can use C++ to meet your software requirements.
The book starts with a brief introduction to C++ language constructs where you will learn essential concepts that are required to understand the projects covered in the book. The first module will build a library management system that will teach you how to perform efficient file handling and use pointers in your software. To give you a taste of GUI programming, the next module will build graphical applications using Qt 5. You will then be introduced to game design in C++ and build two interesting games. The final module will teach you how C++ can be used to create a Domain Specific Language.
After reading this book, you will have mastered core programming concepts in C++, and how to implement them effectively.
1:GETTING STARTED WITH C++
2:DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS
3:BUILDING A LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
4:LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WITH POINTERS
5:QT GRAPHICAL APPLICATIONS
6:ENHANCING THE QT GRAPHICAL APPLICATIONS
8:THE COMPUTER PLAYS
10:ADVANCED DOMAIN-SPECIFIC LANGUAGE
What You Will Learn
Create object-oriented hierarchies and how to compile, link, and execute a simple program
Implement classes with linked lists, templates, inheritance, operator overloading, and exception handling
Efficient file handling and pointer structures
Dynamic allocation and deallocation along with marshmallowing
Qt features, including menus, toolbars, caret handling, and more
Implement a Domain Specific Language in C++
Stefan Björnander is the author of the books Microsoft Windows C++ and C++ Windows Programming. He holds a Master of Engineering and a Licentiate in Computer Science. He has worked as a software developer and as a teacher in computer science and mathematics for many years.