Preface to the Third Edition
We have used James Robergé's laboratory manual for eight years at Taylor University. The approach and style of the original manual made it an extremely effective teaching tool. In 2002, we were given the privilege of updating the first edition to reflect changes in C++ and to add some new material.
It is now time for a third edition. Perhaps most significantly, all the worksheet pages—which comprised a high percentage of the book—were moved into a set of online supplements that instructors and students can print as needed. The appendix material is now widely available online from multiple sources.
We discovered that many of those using the book are now using it for more advanced courses such as Data Structures ...