Who Should Read this Book

Anyone who will pay for it! Just kidding, though no buyers will be turned away.

It is hardly news that publishers and authors want the largest possible audience for their books. Therefore, this section of the introduction usually tells you this book is for you whoever you may be and whatever you do. However, no programming book is for everyone. For example, if you exclusively create game programs using Java, this book may not be for you (though being a community college teacher I may be your next customer if you create a space beasts vs. community college administrators game).

While this book is, of course, not for everyone, it very well may be for you. Many people need or want to learn C++, either as part of a degree program, job training, or even as a hobby. C++ is not the easiest subject to learn, and unfortunately many books dont make learning C++ any easier, throwing at you a veritable telephone book of complexity and jargon. By contrast, this book, as its title suggests, is designed to demystify C++. Therefore, it goes straight to the core concepts and explains them in a logical order and in plain English.

C++ Demystified(c) A Self-Teaching Guide
C++ Demystified(c) A Self-Teaching Guide
ISBN: 72253703
Year: 2006
Pages: 148

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