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While every instructional programming book can at times seem confusing, the C++ For You++ workbook does an excellent job providing challenging and instructive questions to help students familiarize themselves with C++. Constantly under improvement, Maria and Gary Litvin put in . .

While every instructional programming book can at times seem confusing, the C++ For You++ workbook does an excellent job providing challenging and instructive questions to help students familiarize themselves with C++. Constantly under improvement, Maria and Gary Litvin put in a great deal of effort to improve their books. This is a must have instructional aid for anyone using C++ For You++.

Workbook to Accompany C++ for You++. by Gary Litvin and Maria Litvin. While every instructional programming book can at times seem confusing, the C++ For You++ workbook does an excellent job providing challenging and instructive questions to help students familiarize themselves with C++.

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Workbook to Accompany. An Introduction to Programming and Computer Science. How to Use this Workbook. Chapter numbers correspond to the chapters in C++ for You++. An underlined question number indicates that the answer or solution is provided at the end of the workbook. Multiple-choice questions are marked by an answer box

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Attribution - You must attribute the work to Maria Litvin and Gary Litvin . The Workbook to Accompany C++ for You++ provides many additional questions, exercises, and projects

This book follows the Committee’s recommendations that students always use the apvector and apmatrix classes instead of built-in one- and two-dimensional arrays, and that the apstring class always be used instead of null-terminated strings. The Workbook to Accompany C++ for You++ provides many additional questions, exercises, and projects. C++ for You++ does not require prior knowledge of programming.

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Workbook to Accomnpany C++ for You++ Standard Edition epub download

ISBN13: 978-0965485326

ISBN: 0965485323

Author: Gary Litvin,Maria Litvin

Category: Computers and Technology

Subcategory: Computer Science

Language: English

Publisher: Skylight Pub; 1 edition (June 15, 1997)

Pages: 144 pages

ePUB size: 1554 kb

FB2 size: 1921 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 707

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Moonshaper
This is a pretty good book to prepare for Ap ComputerScience. It thoroughly covers all of the topics included on A and AB Computer Science exam. Most of the schools teach only up to A level, but if you want to save some money and time, purchase this book, study, and take the AB exam. Although pointers seem to confuse most of the beginning programers (and some decide become physiology teachers), its really not that hard. A good book to accompony this one, is Visual C++® 6 For Dummies®. Also, I highly recommend to download a couple of AP exams and practice with them... The only regret of this book is, that as an independently learning student you do not receive complete answers to most of the project assignments used in this book.
Moonshaper
This is a pretty good book to prepare for Ap ComputerScience. It thoroughly covers all of the topics included on A and AB Computer Science exam. Most of the schools teach only up to A level, but if you want to save some money and time, purchase this book, study, and take the AB exam. Although pointers seem to confuse most of the beginning programers (and some decide become physiology teachers), its really not that hard. A good book to accompony this one, is Visual C++® 6 For Dummies®. Also, I highly recommend to download a couple of AP exams and practice with them... The only regret of this book is, that as an independently learning student you do not receive complete answers to most of the project assignments used in this book.
Xmatarryto
Far better than any comparable text, this volume presents the concepts of computer science with clarity and much detail. Neither bewildering the novice nor boring the expert, C++ For You++ covers all aspects of the AP C++ Exam. Two notable feature of this book are the clarity of the examples used to illustrate the concepts and the absence of numerous typos found in many of its competitors. The authors quickly respond to any questions you might have and maintain a nice web site with updates. I personally used this book to prepare for the AP Exam my senior year in high school, and found it instrumental to understanding the language. My teacher had selected a different book, but it was so horrible in comparison that several of my friends and I used copies of this book instead and saved ourselves a lot of trouble.
Xmatarryto
Far better than any comparable text, this volume presents the concepts of computer science with clarity and much detail. Neither bewildering the novice nor boring the expert, C++ For You++ covers all aspects of the AP C++ Exam. Two notable feature of this book are the clarity of the examples used to illustrate the concepts and the absence of numerous typos found in many of its competitors. The authors quickly respond to any questions you might have and maintain a nice web site with updates. I personally used this book to prepare for the AP Exam my senior year in high school, and found it instrumental to understanding the language. My teacher had selected a different book, but it was so horrible in comparison that several of my friends and I used copies of this book instead and saved ourselves a lot of trouble.
JoldGold
This book poorly explains the concepts needed to understand C++. It is advertised as an introductory book, however, this book will only be useful with one or more semesters of exerpience with C or C++. The books only saving grace is that if you are studying for the AP, this book uses the STL dirived AP classes that you will need to be familar with. If you arn't taking the comp sci AP there is no reason to even consider using this book.
JoldGold
This book poorly explains the concepts needed to understand C++. It is advertised as an introductory book, however, this book will only be useful with one or more semesters of exerpience with C or C++. The books only saving grace is that if you are studying for the AP, this book uses the STL dirived AP classes that you will need to be familar with. If you arn't taking the comp sci AP there is no reason to even consider using this book.
Malara
I am an AP Computer Science student, and we are using this textbook in our class. Myself as well as my fellow classmates are finding this book very frusterating. This book makes simple aspects of c++ extremely obscure. The examples (if any) are very poor, and they do more to harm you than enhance your knowledge about c++. The examples are confusing, and the wording of the book does not explain points to clearly. There are even aspects of c++ that are inscribed within the examples that you don't even know about. There are definitely better choices than this book, and I regret ever taking the course, because this book is doing nothing to enhance my knowledge about Programming In C++.
Malara
I am an AP Computer Science student, and we are using this textbook in our class. Myself as well as my fellow classmates are finding this book very frusterating. This book makes simple aspects of c++ extremely obscure. The examples (if any) are very poor, and they do more to harm you than enhance your knowledge about c++. The examples are confusing, and the wording of the book does not explain points to clearly. There are even aspects of c++ that are inscribed within the examples that you don't even know about. There are definitely better choices than this book, and I regret ever taking the course, because this book is doing nothing to enhance my knowledge about Programming In C++.
Lemana
This book could be alittle more detailed, i.e. using more examples. It throws random stuff at the reader for no reason which can be quite confusing. Try to convince your teacher to switch books in the beginning of the year; that's my suggestion.
Lemana
This book could be alittle more detailed, i.e. using more examples. It throws random stuff at the reader for no reason which can be quite confusing. Try to convince your teacher to switch books in the beginning of the year; that's my suggestion.
Best West
C++ for You++ is a wonderful book. I don't know what the people who gave it 1/5 stars were thinking.
The difference between it and other introductory books becomes apparent from the very beginning of the book.
THe typical approach in intro programming books is to begin with a completely useless "Hello World" program. I don't know about others, but I generally feel like I'm being talked down to if the book assumes that I am too dumb to be able to undestand anything more.
People learn a language not to write "hello world", but useful, more complex code.
C++ For You++ starts off with a "dictionary" program. At first glance, this looks overwhelming. But as one starts to read the explanations and description that the book gives of what all the pieces of code do , and how they interact, it reason and meaning of the code becomes apparent.
This approach allows for a very rapid ascent to a level where very useful programs can be written. Other books I have read waste much more time pre-chewing everything for the student, and take a lot longer to start giving useful information.
When I picked up this book, my programming experience was confined to a very superficial study of Pascal (a couple of weeks worth of studying). Using this book, I was mastered enough C++ in three weeks to be able to outcompete the other AP C++ students in my class, who had had a *year* of high school level C/C++ class time, and were were using other books.
The examples and problems given are also excellent. Someone complained they are too hard. That's not true. They take thought, that is true, but isn't that the whole point? And we all know how brilliant those programmers at big companies such as the one reffered to by one of the reviewers always are, don't we? ;-)
Oh yes. This book covers some things that are NOT on the AP test (namely inheritance), in addition to the stuff on it. I think this was a great decision on the part of the authors, as inheritance is a fundamental part of C++ and OOP.
Most books out there are mere study aids for the AP test. This book actually teaches people to program in C++. And once you know C++, then it isn't much of a problem to demolish the AP test.
Best West
C++ for You++ is a wonderful book. I don't know what the people who gave it 1/5 stars were thinking.
The difference between it and other introductory books becomes apparent from the very beginning of the book.
THe typical approach in intro programming books is to begin with a completely useless "Hello World" program. I don't know about others, but I generally feel like I'm being talked down to if the book assumes that I am too dumb to be able to undestand anything more.
People learn a language not to write "hello world", but useful, more complex code.
C++ For You++ starts off with a "dictionary" program. At first glance, this looks overwhelming. But as one starts to read the explanations and description that the book gives of what all the pieces of code do , and how they interact, it reason and meaning of the code becomes apparent.
This approach allows for a very rapid ascent to a level where very useful programs can be written. Other books I have read waste much more time pre-chewing everything for the student, and take a lot longer to start giving useful information.
When I picked up this book, my programming experience was confined to a very superficial study of Pascal (a couple of weeks worth of studying). Using this book, I was mastered enough C++ in three weeks to be able to outcompete the other AP C++ students in my class, who had had a *year* of high school level C/C++ class time, and were were using other books.
The examples and problems given are also excellent. Someone complained they are too hard. That's not true. They take thought, that is true, but isn't that the whole point? And we all know how brilliant those programmers at big companies such as the one reffered to by one of the reviewers always are, don't we? ;-)
Oh yes. This book covers some things that are NOT on the AP test (namely inheritance), in addition to the stuff on it. I think this was a great decision on the part of the authors, as inheritance is a fundamental part of C++ and OOP.
Most books out there are mere study aids for the AP test. This book actually teaches people to program in C++. And once you know C++, then it isn't much of a problem to demolish the AP test.
godlike
Even though this book is old its an excellent tool for self taught C++. Unlike most books today this starts off with the extreme basics and builds quickly on what you learn. Written like it was for high school or computers 101, This book is really timeless.
godlike
Even though this book is old its an excellent tool for self taught C++. Unlike most books today this starts off with the extreme basics and builds quickly on what you learn. Written like it was for high school or computers 101, This book is really timeless.
I learned to program with this text circa 1998. There's something to be said for the accompanying instructor, but of all the text books I had before and after this one was actually useful as a reference. Considering how inexpensive it appears to be today I think it is an amazing value.
I learned to program with this text circa 1998. There's something to be said for the accompanying instructor, but of all the text books I had before and after this one was actually useful as a reference. Considering how inexpensive it appears to be today I think it is an amazing value.