This Appendix to the C++ Programming book will attempt to provide users a complementary understanding of the C++ programming language. It will be interconnected and dependent on the lessons and theoretical content already presented on the C++ Programming book but at the same time will attempt to remain as self contained as possible to enable the series of exercises and problems to be used alone in practical/laboratory classes. This is an open work, if you find any problems with terms or concepts you can help by contribute to it, your participation is needed and welcomed! You are also welcome to state any preference, shortcomings or vision for the actual book content, structure or other conceptual matters, see this Wikibook's discussion page for the right forum for participating.
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Chapter 1: C++ a multi-paradigm language
Chapter 2: Fundamentals for getting started
Chapter 3: Object-Oriented Programming
Chapter 4: Advanced Features
Chapter 5: Beyond the Standard
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- Variables and types (5 exercises)
- Iterations (20 exercises)
- Static arrays (5/15 exercises)
- The Standard IO Stream
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