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Report About Challenges with C++: A compilation of 550+ MCQ's
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This book is a collection of 550+ multiple choice questions which covers all the core C++ language concepts. The main focus is made on language syntax and concepts. Special care has been taken to expose most of the hazards users might face while using the language. / C++ is known to be as a vast and complex language. Sometimes, even most experienced programmers are left wondering about their level of understanding of the language. For a new comer to C++, learning a text book will get things started, but tremendous amount of effort and energy needs to be put forth before one could be confident about their competency. While learning a new programming language, it is proven that writing and testing small programs,- with the new concepts learned,- works out in the best possible way. By presenting these problems, the author hopes to catch the essence of C++ in the most profitable way for the learner. / The best way to learn is to simulate the mind by generating a genuine interest in the topic. In this book, each of the cases provided are designed for you to consider thoroughly, and then toy with it and some times act on it, before you go further. Also, most of the solutions for the problems might turn out to be completely different from the initial perception received. This approach is guaranteed to pique your interest to the fullest. This is known to be the best way to learn programming and especially a challenging language like C++. Cramming C++ concepts will get you started, but going through these problems will provide with insights only an experienced programmer will be having. The best approach is to have this book by the side as you learn C++. Each chapter is divided into major C++ concepts and it is most rewarding to go through these after you cover a concept fully on your C++ text book.

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