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Object-orientated programming using C ++ and Java Ramesh Vasappanavara; Gautam Vasappanavara; Anand Vasappanavara

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: New Delhi : Pearson Education, 2011.Description: 1 v. various pagings p. 24 cmISBN:
  • 9788131754559
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 005.13 VAS
Contents:
Object-oriented Programming Basics Object Modeling Extensibility and Reusability – Inheritance at Work Dynamic Modeling Analysis and Design Methodologies C++ Fundamentals and Basic Programming C++ Programming Basics and Control Loops Functions, Storage Class Preprocessor Directives, and Arrays and Strings Pointers and References Classes C++ Special Features Inheritance IO Streaming Generic Programming and Templates Object-oriented Programming with Java Java Fundamentals and Control Loops Simple IO and Arrays and Strings Vectors Classes Objects and Methods Inheritance: Packages: Interfaces Errors and Exceptions in Java and Multithreaded Programming Java IO Files Networking in Java Graphics Using Swing Components and Applets Collections and Software Development Using Java
Summary: This book offers contemporary, comprehensive and in-depth coverage of all the concepts of object-oriented technologies, with an emphasis on problem-solving approaches as applied to C++ and Java Programming paradigms. Exhaustively covering the BTech, MCAs and other PG course syllabi of all Indian universities, it explains the underlying OOP theory with diagrams and implementation examples in C++ and Java, as well as advanced topics in C++ and Java such as templates, generic programming and collection framework of Java. Engineering professionals at work will benefit greatly from its discussions of object-oriented analysis and design case studies, and its easy integration with a modelling tool such as UML. Self-taught readers will also find this book an invaluable resource on the subject.
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Object-oriented Programming Basics
Object Modeling
Extensibility and Reusability – Inheritance at Work

Dynamic Modeling


Analysis and Design Methodologies


C++ Fundamentals and Basic Programming


C++ Programming Basics and Control Loops



Functions, Storage Class Preprocessor Directives, and Arrays and Strings




Pointers and References




Classes





C++ Special Features






Inheritance






IO Streaming






Generic Programming and Templates








Object-oriented Programming with Java









Java Fundamentals and Control Loops










Simple IO and Arrays and Strings Vectors










Classes Objects and Methods











Inheritance: Packages: Interfaces













Errors and Exceptions in Java and Multithreaded Programming














Java IO Files















Networking in Java
















Graphics Using Swing Components and Applets

















Collections and Software Development Using Java

















This book offers contemporary, comprehensive and in-depth coverage of all the concepts of object-oriented technologies, with an emphasis on problem-solving approaches as applied to C++ and Java Programming paradigms. Exhaustively covering the BTech, MCAs and other PG course syllabi of all Indian universities, it explains the underlying OOP theory with diagrams and implementation examples in C++ and Java, as well as advanced topics in C++ and Java such as templates, generic programming and collection framework of Java. Engineering professionals at work will benefit greatly from its discussions of object-oriented analysis and design case studies, and its easy integration with a modelling tool such as UML. Self-taught readers will also find this book an invaluable resource on the subject.

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