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C++ 2013 for C# Developers

Wills, Dean C.

2nd ed. 2014, XXVIII, 396 p. 40 illus.

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    • Provides a clear migration path for experienced C# developers to move to the increasingly important C++ language.
    • Explains both the mechanics and the detailed syntax of C++
    • Covers advanced C++ features, such as generics, which .NET developers will be familiar with and want to implement.
C++ 2013 for C# Developers provides a fast-track to C++ proficiency forthose already using the C# language at an advanced level. Beginning with a detailed explanation of the mechanics of C++'s execution sequence, its grammar, syntax and data access you'll quickly learn the similarities and differences between C++ and C#.

The second and third partsof the of the book are devoted to a detailed deep-dive into C++ development to provide clear information and advice about how to use the languageeffectively.

Content Level » Popular/general

Related subjects » Computer Science

Table of contents 

Part 1: Fast Track to C++

1. Hello, World

2. There's No Place Like Home

3. Syntax

4. C# to C++/CLI

5. Tools

6. Data Types

7. Arrays

8. Polymorphism and Protection

Part 2: Details

9. Pointers and Unsafe Code

10. Properties and Events

11. Expressions and Operators

12. The End of the Beginning

13. Fun, Fun, and More Fun

Part 3: Advanced Concepts

14. Generics

15. Introduction to Templates

16. Advanced Generics and Casts

17. The Preprocessor

18. Native C++

19. Multiple Language Support

20. Final Thoughts

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