Higher Education

C++ Programs to Accompany Programming Logic and Design, 7th Edition

  • Jo Ann Smith
  • ISBN-10: 1133525806  |  ISBN-13: 9781133525806
  • 224 Pages
  • Previous Editions: 2010
  • © 2013 | Published
  • College Bookstore Wholesale Price = $52.00
  • Newer Edition Available

About

Overview

Teach your students how to use C++ to transform program logic and design concepts into working programs with Smith's C++ PROGRAMS TO ACCOMPANY PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN, 7E. Specifically designed to be paired with the latest edition of Farrell's highly successful PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN, this guide combines the power of C++ with the popular, language-independent, logical approach of the PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN text. Together, the two books provide the perfect opportunity for those who want to learn the fundamentals of programming, while also learning an actual leading programming language. This guide combines clear explanations of concepts and syntax with pseudocode, complete programming examples, numerous visuals, and actual every day and business C++ code examples. Students practice concepts with both lab exercises and many revised practice opportunities in each section. With C++ PROGRAMS TO ACCOMPANY PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN, 7E, readers discover how real C++ code functions while still mastering concepts and taking advantage of the strengths of a traditional language-independent logic and design course.

Features and Benefits

  • ENGAGING LAB EXERCISES CHALLENGE STUDENTS WITH PRACTICAL, HANDS-ON WORK. Each section of every chapter provides numerous, useful lab exercises that let students apply newly-learned logic and design concepts in C++.
  • COMPLETE PROGRAMMING EXAMPLES DEMONSTRATE APPLICATIONS FROM START TO FINISH. Students see how an application is built from beginning to end as this edition's complete programming examples focus on every day and practical business situations without requiring special mathematics or accounting knowledge.
  • ENGAGING PRESENTATION AND CLEAR EXPLANATIONS COMBINE WITH ABUNDANT VISUALS FOR A COMPLETE LEARNING EXPERIENCE. Students understand the concepts presented with the help of proven explanations and abundant visuals, including clear figures, meaningful illustrations, and screen captures of program outputs.
  • TEN CONCISE CHAPTERS CORRESPOND WITH CONTENT IN PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN TEXT. This edition's ten chapters work seamlessly with both the Comprehensive and Introductory versions of Farrell's PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN, 7E. A mapping grid on the Instructor Companion Web site helps you efficiently use this C++ book with Farrell's AN OBJECT-ORIENTED APPROACH TO PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN, 4E text if desired.

Table of Contents

1. An Introduction to C++ and the C++ Programming Environment.
2. Variables, Constants, Operators, and Writing Programs Using Sequential Statements.
3. Writing Structured C++ Programs.
4. Writing Programs That Make Decisions.
5. Writing Programs Using Loops.
6. Using Arrays in C++ Programs.
7. File Handling and Applications.
8. Advanced Array Techniques.
9. Advanced Modularization Techniques.
10. Object-Oriented C++.

What's New

  • THOROUGH UPDATES IN THIS EDITION CORRESPOND WITH THE LATEST REVISIONS IN PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN. This book reflects the latest developments in C++ with updates that correspond directly to revisions in Farrell's PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN, 7E for a cohesive, seamless presentation.
  • MANY NEW EXERCISES PROVIDE IMPORTANT PRACTICE OPPORTUNITIES. This edition offers the variety of practice in C++ concepts and skills that your students need with many revised pen-and-paper exercises in addition to proven lab exercises.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Jo Ann Smith

An experienced industry practitioner -- she has directed a computer training company in the Chicago area and worked for nine years at AT&T Bell Laboratories -- Jo Ann Smith is currently a computer consultant in higher education. Ms. Smith previously served as Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems at Harper College in Palatine, Illinois, and taught at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, and at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois.