Chapter 1: Getting Started. Chapter 2: Strings. Chapter 3: Selection. Chapter 4: Iteration. Chapter 5: Methods. Chapter 6: Classes. Chapter 7: Composition and Inheritance. Chapter 8: Arrays and Vectors. Chapter 9: Graphics. Chapter 10: Applets, Threads, and Exceptions. Appendix A: Acronyms. Appendix B: Computer Numbers. Appendix C: Unicode. Appendix D: References.
JOHN R> HUBBARD is professor of mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Richmond. He received his Ph.D from the University of Michigan (1973) and has been a member of the richmond faculty since 1983.His primary interests are in numerial algorithms and database systems. Dr. Hubbard is the author of severalother books, including Schaum's Outline of programming with C++, Schaum's Outline of Fumdamentals of Computing with C++, Schaum,s Outline of Data Structure with C++, and Schaum's Outline of Data Structures with Java.