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C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4 (2nd Edition) (review only)

C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4 (2nd Edition) is written by Jasmin Blanchette and Mark Summerfield . This C++ book is published by Prentice Hall PTR. C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4 (2nd Edition) book helps you to create industrial strength C++ applications which can run in almost all platforms. You can learn C++ language with the help of realistic examples and thus this book is one of the best for learning Qt patterns of Qt 4.3 version model view architecture using its graphics support.

This C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4 (2nd Edition) book covers the following topics in detail
  1. You can learn Qt 4.3's graphics support, GUI development task, database accessing, integrating C++ programs with XML and subclassing, etc.
  2. This C++ book covers qtopia embedded programming, windows vista support, CSS support and SVG file generation, etc.
  3. Moreover this C++ book teaches you 2d, 3d and an introduction to Qpainter's OpenGL backend, etc.
  4. Finally this QT C++ book covers Certain APS's for creating plugins, layout management, event processing, container classes and much more.
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C++ Primer Plus (5th Edition) (review only)

C++ Primer Plus (5th Edition) is written by Stephen Prata. This user friendly and easy to use C++ self study guide is published by Sams. C++ Primer Plus (5th Edition) book teaches you latest and useful C++ language constructs such as STL library and OOPS in C++. You can learn C++ programming concepts from the scratch to advance level such as input output handling, information hiding, using C++ functions and how to modify programs easily.

This C++ Primer Plus (5th Edition) book covers the following topics in detail
  1. With the help of this C++ book, You can learn C++ programming from the ground up.
  2. This books comprises real world examples for inheritance, C++ classes, templates and exception handling, etc.
  3. In this C++ book, each chapter ends with review questions and practice programming exercises which is very useful for quick learning.
  4. Moreover this book teaches you how to make C++ programs to perform repetitive tastks, manipulating data and using Object oriented programming concepts more effectively.
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A Beginners C++

A Beginners C++ is intended for the CS1 and CS2 introductory Computer Science course of Wollongong University. This C++ book starts with introduction of computers such as computer hardware, programs instruction, operating systems concepts, various high level languages and C++ development environments, etc . Finally this C++ book covers C++ functions, C++ arrays, C++ structures, C++ Class and C++ Object Oriented Programming, etc. I am sure that this C++ book is one of the best available online C++ guide for beginner programmers or Computer Science students.
This page contains information concerning a draft version of a book "A Beginners' C++"; this book is intended for "CS1, CS2" introductory Computer Science courses that use C++ as an implementation language.

Note: this text was completed in 1996. C++ has been revised quite a bit since then! When the examples were written, C++'s "namespace" feature had been defined but was not supported on available compilers; so the examples don't use namespace. (Of course, in modern C++ they should.)
Further, the iostream library has been updated. Some of the functions have changed their signatures; some features have been added, others removed.
So, be cautious with the code - it is well a little out of date.
You can download this C++ book from the University of Wollongong website. Each chapter of this C++ book can be download as PDF files.
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