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      Author(s) : Neil Gray
      Publication date : 2002
      A Beginners C++ is primarily intended for introductory Computer Science courses that use C++ as an implementation language. However, the book should be equally suited to an individual who wants to learn how to program their own personal computer.

      This book assumes that you are a computer literate. You are required to have experience with word processing packages, and possibly other packages like spreadsheets and data bases. Although most schools do provide a limited introduction to programming (usually in Pascal or possibly a dialect of Basic), this book does not rely on such past experience.

      It is expected that you will use one of the modern Integrated Development Environments (IDE) on a personal computer. Examples of such environments include the Borland environment for Intel PCs and the Symantec environment for Macintosh/PowerPC machines.

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