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Object-oriented (OO) programming offers greater reliability, maintainability & reusability than older, structured programming methods. C++, a language derived from C, supports OO with a high degree of efficiency and portability. C++ is a well-established, mainstream language used across a board range of applications.

This course provides a solid foundation in C++ for programmers without experience with the C language. You gain an understanding of key OO programming concepts and valuable hands-on experience developing C++ programs.

 
 
Course schedule

Duration: 5 days
To view the schedule for this class, click here.

Who should attend

This course is for those interested in programming with C++, such as application developers, systems programmers and software engineers.

Prerequisites

Familiarity with a programming language and object-oriented concepts is helpful but not required.

Course Outline
  • C++ PROGRAM COMPONENTS
    • Overview of a C++ program
    • Functions
    • Program output
    • Variables and keyword
    • Compilation units
    • Layout
  • DATA AND OPERATORS
    • Identifiers and variables
    • Data types
    • Operators
    • Constants
    • Conversions
  • STRUCTURED DATA TYPE
    • Enumerated data types
    • Strings
    • Structures
    • Nested types
  • CONTROL FLOW
    • Branching
    • Compound statement
    • Multiple choice
    • Looping
    • Wrapper classes
  • FUNCTIONS
    • Function prototype
    • Calling functions
    • Function arguments
    • Structure member functions
  • ARRAYS AND VECTORS
    • Containers
    • Array definition and initialization
    • Array Pros and Cons
    • Lookup table
    • Standard vector type
    • Vector of structures
    • Vector Pros and Cons
  • CLASSES
    • Object orientation
    • Encapsulation
    • Class
    • Constructors
  • POINTERS
    • Declaring pointers
    • Pointer operators
    • Pointer and functions
    • The this pointer
    • Null pointer
  • Dynamic Memory
    • Dynamic allocation and dealocation
    • Dynamic arrays
    • Object clean up
    • Destructors
  • OBJECT RELATIONSHIPS
    • Aggregation
    • Association
    • Custody and copying
  • OPERATOR OVERLOADING
    • Global operator functions
    • Member operator functions
    • Iterator interface
    • Overloading increment and decrement
    • Overloading steram operators
  • STREAMS
    • Input and output
    • Stream state
    • File streams
    • Data files
    • String streams
  • THE STL CONTAINERS
    • Templates
    • Standard template class
    • Comparison between containers
  • ITERATORS
    • Container traversal
    • Concept of range
    • Nested iterator class
    • Contant iterator
    • Template functions
    • STL algorithms
  • INHERITANCE
    • The concept of inheritance
    • Access restrictions
    • Abstrac base classses
    • Overriding behavior
  • POLYMORPHISM
    • Polymorphism
    • Static and dynamic binding
    • Polymorphism function and collection
    • Virtual destructors
  • ADVANCED TOPICS
    • Copy safe classes
    • Error handling
    • Namespaces
    • Multiple inheritance
    • Smart pointers
    • Extending the STL
 
 

 
 


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