This book explains all aspects of Z++, and illustrates all major points with actual examples with output, powered by the Z47 Virtual Processor. All Z++ libraries are explained.
Z++ is not an extension of C++. The elementary parts of the Z++ language uses the same syntax as C++ for continuity of knowledge from one language to the other.
While it is not meant for self-study, it is the standard for writing such books, and for professionals. A C++ engineer can use this book for self-study.
Chapter I. Fundamental Types
Chapter II. Control Structures
Chapter III. Type Definition Mechanisms
Chapter IV. Abstract Data Types (Templates)
Chapter V. Namespace
Chapter VI. The notion of Signal
Chapter VII. Distributed Signaling
Chapter VIII. Exception Mechanism
Chapter IX. Conversions
Chapter X. Operators
Chapter XI. Global Threads
Chapter XII. Autonomous Agent (Travel Statement)