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C++ How to Program, Fifth Edition

Available January 5th!

This book and its support materials have everything instructors and students need for an informative, interesting, challenging and entertaining C++ educational experience. To create C++ How to Program, 5/e, we put the previous edition of C++ How to Program under the microscope. The new edition has many compelling features:

  • Major content revisions.
  • Smaller chapters.
  • Early classes and objects approach.
  • Integrated case studies: GradeBook, Time class, Employee class and more.
  • Unified Modeling Language™ 2.0 (UML 2.0) and an optional OOD/UML ATM case study developed over Chapters 1-7, 9 and 13.
  • Discussion and illustrations of the compilation and linking process for multiple-source-file programs.
  • Function-call stack explanation.
  • Early introduction of C++ Standard Library string and vector objects.
  • Discussion and illustration of how polymorphism works "under the hood."
  • Web programming, CGI and XHMTL.
  • Standard Template Library (STL).
  • ANSI/ISO C++ Standard compliance.
  • New debugger appendices (Visual Studio .NET and GNU C++).
  • New interior design.
  • Syntax coloring consistent with most C++ integrated development environments and code editors.
  • Code testing on multiple platforms.
  • Errors and warnings shown for multiple platforms.

Ancillary Material

  • PowerPoint® Lecture Slides (Instructors Only)—Customizable lecture notes which contain a slide for each source-code listing, figure, table and images.

  • Instructor's Manual solutions (Instructors Only)solutions to the exercises for Chapters
    1-24 and the appendices.

  • Test Item File (Instructors Only)additional test-bank questions for Chapters 1-24.

[Note to Instructors: Ancillary materials for this text are provided through Prentice Hall. For more information, please contact your local Prentice Hall representative or e-mail deitel@deitel.com.]

C++ How to Program, Fifth Edition

ISBN: 0131857576
© 2005
pages: 1520

Table of Contents

Chapter Dependency Chart

Preface (Includes Tour of the Book)

Sample Chapters:

Chapter 1: Introduction to Computers, the Internet and World Wide Web

Chapter 2: Introduction to C++ Programming

Chapter 3: Introduction to Classes and Objects


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Professors and Instructors: Contact your Prentice Hall representative to request an examination copy. Locate your Prentice Hall representative.

  • Dive-Into™ Series publications (For Instructors and Students)—free publications that help students and instructors familiarize themselves with various C++ development tools, including (subject to change):

    - Dive Into™ GNU C++ on Linux
    - Dive Into™ GNU C++ with CygWin on Windows
    - Dive Into™ Microsoft Visual C++ .NET
    - Dive Into™ Microsoft Visual C++ 6
    - Dive Into™ Borland C++ 5.5

Please visit our downloads page for more information on these publications.

We want to hear from you: To submit your comments and/or suggestions about C++ How to Program, 5/e, please e-mail us at deitel@deitel.com.

Small C++ How to Program, Fifth Edition

Available December 30th!

Small C++ How to Program, Fifth Edition is a smaller, lower-priced book for one-semester introductory (CS1) courses based on the major revision of our book C++ How to Program, Fifth Edition. Small C++ How to Program, Fifth Edition focuses on the core concepts and features of C++ covered in Chapters 1-13 of C++ How to Program, 5/e. The special edition has many compelling features:

  • Major content revisions.
  • Smaller chapters.
  • Early classes and objects approach.
  • Integrated case studies: GradeBook, Time class, Employee class and more.
  • Unified Modeling Language™ 2.0 (UML 2.0). [Note: The optional OOD/UML ATM case study is available only in our sister book, C++ How to Program, 5/e].
  • Discussion and illustrations of the compilation and linking process for multiple-source-file programs.
  • Function-call stack explanation.
  • Early introduction of C++ Standard Library string and vector objects.
  • Discussion and illustration of how polymorphism works "under the hood."
  • ANSI/ISO C++ Standard compliance.
  • New debugger appendices (Visual Studio .NET and GNU C++).
  • New interior design.
  • Syntax coloring consistent with most C++ integrated development environments and code editors.
  • Code testing on multiple platforms.
  • Errors and warnings shown for multiple platforms.

Ancillary Material

  • PowerPoint® Lecture Slides (Instructors Only)—Customizable lecture notes which contain a slide for each source-code listing, figure, table and images.

  • Instructor's Manual solutions (Instructors Only)solutions to the exercises for Chapters
    1-13 and the appendices.

  • Test Item File (Instructors Only)additional test-bank questions for Chapters 1-13.

[Note to Instructors: Ancillary materials for this text are provided through Prentice Hall. For more information, please contact your local Prentice Hall representative or e-mail deitel@deitel.com.]

Small C++ How to Program, Fifth Edition

ISBN: 0131857584
© 2005
pages: 835

Table of Contents

Preface (Includes Tour of the Book)

Sample Chapters:

Chapter 1: Introduction to Computers, the Internet and World Wide Web

Chapter 2: Introduction to C++ Programming

Chapter 3: Introduction to Classes and Objects

Order the book from Amazon or InformIT:


 

Professors and Instructors: Contact your Prentice Hall representative to request an examination copy. Locate your Prentice Hall representative.

  • Dive-Into™ Series publications (For Instructors and Students)—free publications that help students and instructors familiarize themselves with various C++ development tools, including (subject to change):

    - Dive Into™ GNU C++ on Linux
    - Dive Into™ GNU C++ with CygWin on Windows
    - Dive Into™ Microsoft Visual C++ .NET
    - Dive Into™ Microsoft Visual C++ 6
    - Dive Into™ Borland C++ 5.5

Please visit our downloads page for more information on these publications.

We want to hear from you: To submit your comments and/or suggestions about Small C++ How to Program, 5/e, please e-mail us at deitel@deitel.com.

Java How to Program, Sixth Edition 

Available Now!

The complete authoritative Deitel® Live Code introduction to programming with the new Java 2 Platform Standard Edition 5.0!

This new edition of our best-selling Java textbook includes many compelling features:

  • Audited the presentation against the most recent ACM/IEEE curriculum recommendations and the Computer Science Advanced Placement Examination.
  • Major content revisions.
  • Early classes and objects pedagogy.
  • All of the GUI and graphics in the early chapters has been replaced by carefully paced optional sections in Chapters 3-10 with two special exercise sections in Chapters 11 and 12.
  • Unified Modeling Language™ 2.0 (UML 2.0).
  • Replaced the optional elevator simulator case study from the previous edition with a new optional OOD/UML automated teller machine (ATM) case study in Chapters 1-8 and 10. The new case study is much simpler and more attractive for first and second programming courses.
  • Integrated case studies: GUI and Graphics, GradeBook, Time class, Employee class and more.
  • Incorporated key new features of Sun Microsystems' latest release of Java—the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition version 5.0 (J2SE 5.0).
  • New interior design.
  • New debugger appendix.
  • Syntax coloring consistent with most Java. integrated development environments and code editors.

Ancillary Materials

  • PowerPoint® Lecture Slides (Instructors Only)—Customizable lecture notes which contain a slide for each source-code listing, figure, table and images.

  • Instructor's Manual solutions (Instructors Only)solutions to the exercises for Chapters
    1-29 and the appendices.

  • Test Item File (Instructors Only)additional test-bank questions for Chapters 1-29.

[Note to Instructors: Ancillary materials for this text are provided through Prentice Hall. For more information, please contact your local Prentice Hall representative or e-mail deitel@deitel.com.]

Java How to Program, Sixth Edition

ISBN: 0131483986
© 2005
pages: 1568

Table of Contents

Chapter Dependency Chart

Preface (Includes Tour of the Book)

Sample Chapters:

Chapter 1: Introduction to Computers, the Internet and World Wide Web

Chapter 2: Introduction to Java Applications

Chapter 3: Introduction to Classes and Objects

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Professors and Instructors: Contact your Prentice Hall representative to request an examination copy. Locate your Prentice Hall representative.

  • Dive-Into™ Series publications (Coming Soon for Students and Instructors)—free publications that help students and instructors familiarize themselves with various Java development tools, including (subject to change):

    - Dive-Into™ Netbeans
    - Dive-Into™ Eclipse
    - Dive-Into™ JBuilder
    - Dive-Into™ jEdit
    - Dive-Into™ jCreator
    - Dive-Into™ jGRASP 
    - Dive-Into™ BlueJ
    - Dive-Into™ Netbeans

Please visit our downloads page for more information on these publications.

We want to hear from you: To submit your comments and/or suggestions about Java How to Program, 6/e, please e-mail us at deitel@deitel.com.

Small Java How to Program, Sixth Edition

Available Now!

Small Java How to Program, Sixth Edition is a smaller, lower-priced book for one-semester introductory (CS1) courses based on the major revision of our book Java How to Program, Sixth Edition. Small Java How to Program, Sixth Edition focuses on the core concepts and features of Java covered in Chapters 1-10 of Java How to Program, 6/e. The special edition has many compelling features:

  • Based on Chapters 1-10 (except the optional OOD/UML case study) and appendices of the DEITEL® bestselling Java textbook, Java™ How to Program, Sixth Edition (see above).

  • Up-to-date with J2SE™ 5.0.
  • Early classes and early objects approach.
  • Comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of object-oriented programming in Java.
  • Integrated case studies: GUI and Graphics, GradeBook, Time class, Employee class and more.
  • New interior design.
  • New debugger appendix.
  • Syntax coloring consistent with most Java integrated development environments and code editors.

Ancillary Material

  • PowerPoint® Lecture Slides (Instructors Only)—Customizable lecture notes which contain a slide for each source-code listing, figure, table and images.

  • Instructor's Manual solutions (Instructors Only)solutions to the exercises for Chapters
    1-24 and the appendices.

  • Test Item File (Instructors Only)additional test-bank questions for Chapters 1-24.

  • Dive-Into™ Series publications (For Instructors and Students)—free publications that help students and instructors familiarize themselves with various Java development tools, including (subject to change):

    - Dive-Into™ Netbeans
    - Dive-Into™ Eclipse
    - Dive-Into™ JBuilder
    - Dive-Into™ jEdit
    - Dive-Into™ jCreator
    - Dive-Into™ jGRASP 
    - Dive-Into™ BlueJ
    - Dive-Into™ Netbeans

Small Java How to Program, Sixth Edition

ISBN: 0131486608
© 2005
pages: 768

Table of Contents

Preface (Includes Tour of the Book)

Sample Chapters:

Chapter 1: Introduction to Computers, the Internet and World Wide Web

Chapter 2: Introduction to Java Applications

Chapter 3: Introduction to Classes and Objects

Order the book from Amazon or InformIT:


 

Professors and Instructors: Contact your Prentice Hall representative to request an examination copy. Locate your Prentice Hall representative.

[Note to Instructors: Ancillary materials for this text are provided through Prentice Hall. For more information, please contact your local Prentice Hall representative or e-mail deitel@deitel.com.]

Please visit our downloads page for more information on these publications.

We want to hear from you: To submit your comments and/or suggestions about Small Java How to Program, 6/e, please e-mail us at deitel@deitel.com.

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