CS302 -- Lecture Notes

James S. Plank


First, see http://www.cppreference.com/ or www.cplusplus.com, which are excellent sources of online reference and tutorial material for C++. If you would like a book to help you with C++, try "Teach Yourself C++", 3rd Ed., Herbert Schildt." -- one cent from Amazon. Topcoder has a series of tutorials on a very wide variety of algorithms here. I have been told that some interviewers suggest this as reference material for job interviews.


Old Lecture Notes

I keep these around just for the sake of historical interest.