In Starting Out with Games and Graphics in C++, 2e, Gaddis covers the essentials of programming for a novice using the C++ language.
The Second Edition has been completely revised to provide students with more knowledge of standard C++, while retaining the interesting examples and exercises that students latch on to. Now organized in two parts, Part 1 covers the fundamentals of procedural programming using standard C++. To inspire student productivity and reinforce the core objectives of a strong CS1 foundation, Gaddis covers graphics and game programming using C++ and the App Game Kit in Part 2. Part 2 also covers file I/O and introduces object-oriented programming.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Computers and Programming
Chapter 2: C++ Fundamentals
Chapter 3: Decision Structures and Boolean Logic
Chapter 4: Repetition Structures
Chapter 5: Functions
Chapter 6: Arrays
Part 2: Graphics and Game Programming with C++ and the App Game Kit
Chapter 7: Using the App Game Kit with C++
Chapter 8: Input, Animation, and Sound
Chapter 9: Text, Collisions, and the Vulture Trouble Game
Chapter 10: Using Files and Arrays with the AGK
Chapter 11: Object-Oriented Programming
Appendix A: Downloading and Installing the Required Software
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