Although C++ was developed as a superset of C language to include object oriented programming features, it can be used as a separate language. Many references require a prior knowledge of C for learning C++. 'Object Oriented Programming Using C++' however, provides the details of C++ required for both traditional programming and object oriented programming in such a lucid manner that the reader does not require any prior knowledge of C. The result of the author's extensive experience in programming languages, database management systems, files structures, and research experience, this text provides a number of examples that illustrate important standard templates in C++ including vector, queue, stack, list map, and sets. It begins by addressing the fundamentals of C++; such as control statements, arrays, pointers, and structures and function. It then moves on to provide coverage on object oriented programming features of C++, discussions on implementation of data structures like linked lists, stacks, queues, binary trees using pointers, and classes. The book concludes with coverage on graphics in C++, string functions, operator loading, and advanced formatting features.