C]+ Programming for Electronics is unique in that it is the only book that uses electronics problems, examples and illustrations to teach readers how to program in the C++ language. Complete programs are featured throughout - along with 15-20 program listings in every chapter - to ensure that readers see the "big picture" while explaining major programming commands and concepts. A CD-ROM containing the Borland C++ "Lite" compiler program, plus all program listings, is also included. Each chapter of C++ Programming for Electronics focuses on a specific area of electronics, correlating with a typical instructional sequence used in electronics training programs, progressing from basic concepts to more advanced material. At the start of each chapter, readers are given an elementary, yet thorough explanation of basic concepts supported by straightforward programming examples, figures and tables. This logical learning progression reduces the reader's risk of getting lost in a world of unfamiliar symbols and technical terminology on the way to becoming a skilled C++ programmer.