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Just Enough C/C++ Programming by Guy W. Lecky-Thompson

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Chapter 15. Program Design in C and C++

So far in this book, you have looked at code written in the C language. Everything that you have looked at until now can be used to create application programs that are reasonably robust, provided that care is taken to understand the nature of the problem, and that you understand how to break it down into appropriate data structures and algorithms.

For many people, the purpose of learning C, however, is to get a better grasp of a much thornier topic: C++. This is why so many programming professionals tend to look at C++ as a separate language and worthy of being understood as a language in its own right.

However, doing this does require some prior knowledge of programming and a will to become intimate ...

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