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Preface xxi 1 Introduction to Computers, the Internet and the Web 1 1. Hardware and Software 3 1. NET 10 1. Object Technology 11 1. Printing a Line of Text 24 2. Adding Two Integers 28 2. Counter-Controlled Repetition 64 3.
Sentinel-Controlled Repetition 66 3. Nested Control Structures 73 3. Notes and Observations 4. A Game of Chance 5. Fibonacci Series 5. Iteration 6 C Arrays 6.
Card Shuffling and Dealing Simulation 7. Symbolic Constants Macros Functions calloc and realloc Adding Two Integers A Deeper Look, Part 1 Constructors with Default Arguments A Deeper Look, Part 2 Objects as Members of Classes Global Function Array Class A Date Class Inheritance Polymorphism Payroll System Using Polymorphism Standard Streams Handling an Attempt to Divide by Zero Solving Sudoku D. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources.
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Adding Two Integers 28 2. Equality and Relational Operators Counter-Controlled Repetition 64 3. Case Study 2: Sentinel-Controlled Repetition 66 3. Case Study 3: Nested Control Structures 73 3. Notes and Observations 4. A Game of Chance 5. Fibonacci Series 5. Iteration Card Shuffling and Dealing Simulation 7.
Transaction-Processing Program Symbolic Constants Macros Functions calloc and realloc Adding Two Integers A Deeper Look, Part 1 Constructors with Default Arguments A Subtle Trap—Returning a Reference to a. A Deeper Look, Part 2 Objects as Members of Classes Global Function Array Class A Date Class Inheritance Inheritance Hierarchy Using protected Data Inheritance Hierarchy Using private Data Polymorphism Payroll System Using Polymorphism Standard Streams Function flags Handling an Attempt to Divide by Zero C Number Systems C.
D Game Programming: Solving Sudoku D. F Sorting: This book presents leading- edge computing technologies for students, instructors and software development profes- sionals.
Each code example is immediately followed by one or more sample executions.
All the source code is available at www. We believe that this book and its support materials will give you an informative, inter- esting, challenging and entertaining introduction to C. As you read the book, if you have questions, send an e-mail to deitel deitel. We encourage you to use computers and the Internet to research and solve problems that really matter.
These new exercises are meant to increase awareness of important issues the world is facing. The code examples and exercise code solutions were also tested using Visual Studio Beta.
This helps instructors tune assignments for their classes. Chapters 15—17 from the previous edition are now search- able PDF Appendices E—G, available on the Companion Website see the access card at the front of the book.
We added more function pointer exercises. We also added the Fibonacci exercise project that improves the Fibonacci recursion example tail recursion.
We updated the chapter on game program- ming with the Allegro C library. Each C99 concept is now keyed to the section where it can be taught earlier in the book. For additional information, check out the C99 Standard section in our C Resource center at www. Section 1. This library—originally developed by Climax game programmer Shawn Hargreaves—was created to be a powerful tool for programming games in C while still remaining relatively simple compared to oth- er, more complicated graphics libraries such as DirectX and OpenGL.
Along the way, we demon- strate how to display graphics, play sounds, receive input from the keyboard and create timed events—features you can use to create games of your own.
Students and instructors. We include extensive web resources in our Allegro Resource Center www.
A Deeper Look Sorting places data in order, based on one or more sort keys. We begin our presentation of sorting with a simple algorithm in Chapter 6. In Appendix F, we present a deeper look at sorting.
We consider several algorithms and compare them with regard to their memory consumption and processor demands. For this purpose, we introduce Big O notation, which indicates how hard an algorithm may have to work to solve a problem.
Through examples and exercises, Appendix F discusses the selection sort, insertion sort, recursive merge sort, recursive selection sort, bucket sort and recursive Quicksort. Web-Based Materials This book is supported by substantial online materials.