Master In C++ (Learn C++)

Master In C++ (Learn C++)


Master In C++ is pretty app for all C++ and OOPS Concepts, Optimizing C++,C++ Programs and C++ Annotations. It is very easy for Beginners and Intermediate Programmers.

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Single App For All:
* Fresh UI (New)
* Zero:Start For C++ Freshers (New)
* C++ Concepts
* C++ Programs
* C++ with OOPS
* C++ Annotations
* C++ Quick Reference
* Optimizing C++
* Important Concepts for C++ (New)
* End to End C++ Glossary (New)
* Remember Board for C++ Terms (New)
* C++ Class Concepts (New Guide)
* C++ Summary (New Guide)

App Features
/* --- Rich UI Layout and Navigation
/* --- Rich UI with Remember Board for C++ Terms (New)
/* --- Fast Processing
/* --- More than 1000 Topics Covered
/* --- More than 400 C++ Terms Covered
/* --- Code Syntax Highlighting
/* --- Mobile Optimized Content and Images
/* --- End to End C++ Concepts and Terms

C++ Programming Concepts
--- Introduction to C++ Programming
--- Basics
--- Structure and Functions Basics
--- Pointers, References and Dynamic Memory Allocation
--- Examples on Classes and Objects
--- OOPS Advanced click to expand contents
--- OOP Inheritance and Polymorphism
--- Operator Overloading
--- Template and Generic Programming
--- Strings,File and Libraries click to expand contents
--- Characters and Strings
--- C++ Libraries and STL
--- Stream IO and File IO
--- Exception Handling and Tips
--- Data Structure and Algorithm In C++

/* C++ Programs */
--- C++ Simple C++ Programs
--- C++ Basic Programs
--- Program Flow C++ Programs
--- Functions C++ Programs
--- Arrays C++ Programs
--- Formatted IO and File IO C++ Programs
--- Pointers C++ Programs
--- References C++ Programs
--- Structure C++ Programs
--- Class and object C++ Programs
--- Inheritance C++ Programs
--- Polymorphism C++ Programs

/* C++ Annotations */
Chapter 1: This overview of the chapters.
Chapter 2: A general introduction to C++.
Chapter 3: A first impression: differences between C and C++.
Chapter 4: Name Spaces: how to avoid name collisions.
Chapter 5: The `string' data type.
Chapter 6: The C++ I/O library.
Chapter 7: The `class' concept: structs having functions. The `object' concept: variables of a class.
Chapter 8: Static data and functions: members of a class not bound to objects.
Chapter 9: Allocation and returning unused memory: new, delete, and the function set_new_handler().
Chapter 10: Exceptions: handle errors where appropriate, rather than where they occur.
Chapter 11: Give your own meaning to operators.
Chapter 12: Abstract Containers to put stuff into.
Chapter 13: Building classes upon classes: setting up class hierarcies.
Chapter 14: Changing the behavior of member functions accessed through base class pointers.
Chapter 15: Gaining access to private parts: friend functions and classes.
Chapter 16: Classes having pointers to members: pointing to locations inside objects.
Chapter 17: Constructing classes and enums within classes.
Chapter 18: The Standard Template Library.
Chapter 19: The STL generic algorithms.
Chapter 20: Function templates: using molds for type independent functions.
Chapter 21: Class templates: using molds for type independent classes.
Chapter 22: Advanced Template Use: programming the compiler.
Chapter 23: Several examples of programs written in C++.

/* C++ Annotations */
Introduction
Classes in C++
References in C++
Template in C++
I/O Fundamental Types
Inheritance in C++
More OOPS in C++
Abstract Base Classes
Files in C++
Data Representation
Exception in C++
Implementation
Run Time Usage

/* Optimizing C++*/
Optimization life cycle in C++
Writing efficient code in C++
General optimization techniques in C++
Code optimization in C++

Keywords:
C++,Learn C++,C++,C++ Programs,C++ Guide,C++ Reference,C++ Programming, C++ Offline,C++ Tutorials,C++ Reference Guide,C++ Book,C++ Basics,C++ Programs,C++ Simple Programs,C++ Getting Started,Optimizing C++,C++ Annotations,C++ Quick Reference,C++ with OOPS,OOPS Concepts.

Recent changes:
Version 2.5
* UI Changes
* New Guide C++ Classes
* New Guide C++ Summary

Version 2.5
* Fresh UI (New)
* Zero:Start For C++ Freshers (New)
* Important Concepts for C++ (New)
* End to End C++ Glossary (New)
* Remember Board for C++ Terms (New)
* Rich UI with Remember Board for C++ Terms (New)

Version v 2.0 and v 2.1
--- Rich Style UI ( Card Style )
--- Fresh UI Navigation with Count of Inner Chapters
--- Clear Read Mode
--- Preview Content
--- Easy Loading Option
--- Bug Fixes
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Master In C++ is pretty app for all C++ and OOPS Concepts, Optimizing C++,C++ Programs and C++ Annotations. It is very easy for Beginners and Intermediate Programmers.

any suggestions/problems mail to [email protected]

New Layout

Single App For All:
* Fresh UI (New)
* Zero:Start For C++ Freshers (New)
* C++ Concepts
* C++ Programs
* C++ with OOPS
* C++ Annotations
* C++ Quick Reference
* Optimizing C++
* Important Concepts for C++ (New)
* End to End C++ Glossary (New)
* Remember Board for C++ Terms (New)
* C++ Class Concepts (New Guide)
* C++ Summary (New Guide)

App Features
/* --- Rich UI Layout and Navigation
/* --- Rich UI with Remember Board for C++ Terms (New)
/* --- Fast Processing
/* --- More than 1000 Topics Covered
/* --- More than 400 C++ Terms Covered
/* --- Code Syntax Highlighting
/* --- Mobile Optimized Content and Images
/* --- End to End C++ Concepts and Terms

C++ Programming Concepts
--- Introduction to C++ Programming
--- Basics
--- Structure and Functions Basics
--- Pointers, References and Dynamic Memory Allocation
--- Examples on Classes and Objects
--- OOPS Advanced click to expand contents
--- OOP Inheritance and Polymorphism
--- Operator Overloading
--- Template and Generic Programming
--- Strings,File and Libraries click to expand contents
--- Characters and Strings
--- C++ Libraries and STL
--- Stream IO and File IO
--- Exception Handling and Tips
--- Data Structure and Algorithm In C++

/* C++ Programs */
--- C++ Simple C++ Programs
--- C++ Basic Programs
--- Program Flow C++ Programs
--- Functions C++ Programs
--- Arrays C++ Programs
--- Formatted IO and File IO C++ Programs
--- Pointers C++ Programs
--- References C++ Programs
--- Structure C++ Programs
--- Class and object C++ Programs
--- Inheritance C++ Programs
--- Polymorphism C++ Programs

/* C++ Annotations */
Chapter 1: This overview of the chapters.
Chapter 2: A general introduction to C++.
Chapter 3: A first impression: differences between C and C++.
Chapter 4: Name Spaces: how to avoid name collisions.
Chapter 5: The `string' data type.
Chapter 6: The C++ I/O library.
Chapter 7: The `class' concept: structs having functions. The `object' concept: variables of a class.
Chapter 8: Static data and functions: members of a class not bound to objects.
Chapter 9: Allocation and returning unused memory: new, delete, and the function set_new_handler().
Chapter 10: Exceptions: handle errors where appropriate, rather than where they occur.
Chapter 11: Give your own meaning to operators.
Chapter 12: Abstract Containers to put stuff into.
Chapter 13: Building classes upon classes: setting up class hierarcies.
Chapter 14: Changing the behavior of member functions accessed through base class pointers.
Chapter 15: Gaining access to private parts: friend functions and classes.
Chapter 16: Classes having pointers to members: pointing to locations inside objects.
Chapter 17: Constructing classes and enums within classes.
Chapter 18: The Standard Template Library.
Chapter 19: The STL generic algorithms.
Chapter 20: Function templates: using molds for type independent functions.
Chapter 21: Class templates: using molds for type independent classes.
Chapter 22: Advanced Template Use: programming the compiler.
Chapter 23: Several examples of programs written in C++.

/* C++ Annotations */
Introduction
Classes in C++
References in C++
Template in C++
I/O Fundamental Types
Inheritance in C++
More OOPS in C++
Abstract Base Classes
Files in C++
Data Representation
Exception in C++
Implementation
Run Time Usage

/* Optimizing C++*/
Optimization life cycle in C++
Writing efficient code in C++
General optimization techniques in C++
Code optimization in C++

Keywords:
C++,Learn C++,C++,C++ Programs,C++ Guide,C++ Reference,C++ Programming, C++ Offline,C++ Tutorials,C++ Reference Guide,C++ Book,C++ Basics,C++ Programs,C++ Simple Programs,C++ Getting Started,Optimizing C++,C++ Annotations,C++ Quick Reference,C++ with OOPS,OOPS Concepts.

Recent changes:
Version 2.5
* UI Changes
* New Guide C++ Classes
* New Guide C++ Summary

Version 2.5
* Fresh UI (New)
* Zero:Start For C++ Freshers (New)
* Important Concepts for C++ (New)
* End to End C++ Glossary (New)
* Remember Board for C++ Terms (New)
* Rich UI with Remember Board for C++ Terms (New)

Version v 2.0 and v 2.1
--- Rich Style UI ( Card Style )
--- Fresh UI Navigation with Count of Inner Chapters
--- Clear Read Mode
--- Preview Content
--- Easy Loading Option
--- Bug Fixes

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Apr 2, 2015
Almost perfect This app is everything I was looking for in a teaching app, except for the grammar. I would have given 5 stars but the grammar is so bad it is just barely understandable in places. It never actually crosses over to being totally unreadable but it comes close in some spots.
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