C++ for Non C Programmers Course Overview

Enrol for this 5 days training from C++ for Non C Programmer training from Koenig Solutions. This course is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in C++ for those without any C programming experience.

This course covers the features of the C++ language and emphasizes key object-oriented programming concepts. Students will design and write programs in the C++ language, emphasizing object-oriented approaches to solutions.

Target Audience: Programmers

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the structure and flow of a C++ program
  • Utilize primitive data types in C++ programs
  • Apply C++ operators, expressions and flow control statements
  • Manipulate functions, function parameters and return values
  • Organize data by defining arrays and structures
  • Employ pointers to manage variables and data structures
  • Define classes, attributes and methods
  • Use constructors and destructors to manage object creation
  • Take advantage of inheritance to manage object oriented systems
  • Define virtual and pure virtual functions
  • Manage memory using new and delete
  • Utilize casting at the primitive and object level
  • Overload class methods as well as operators
  • Cope with errors through exception handling
  • Reference the Standard Template Library

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You will learn:

Module 1: Getting Started
  • First program (hello.cpp)
  • Compile steps
  • How to compile and run a program
  • Fundamental data types
  • Data type values and sizes
  • Variable declarations
  • Variable names
  • Constants
  • Character constants
  • String constants
  • What are expressions?
  • Arithmetic operators
  • Relational operators
  • Assignment operator
  • Expressions have resulting values
  • True and False
  • Logical operators
  • Increment and decrement operators (++ and --)
  • Operate-Assign' operators (+=, *=, ...)
  • Conditional expression
  • Operator precedence
  • Precedence and order of evaluation
  • Evaluation of logical operators
  • Type conversions
  • Cast operator
  • Statements
  • if - else
  • if() - else if ()
  • switch()
  • while()
  • do - while()
  • for()
  • The for() loop - diagram
  • Break statement
  • Continue statement
  • What is a function?
  • Why use functions?
  • Anatomy of a function
  • Arguments passed by value
  • When to use the return Statement
  • Returning non-integer values
  • Functions in multiple source files
  • Concept of variable scope
  • Automatic variables
  • Global (external) variables
  • Static variables
  • External static variables
  • What is a pointer?
  • Pointer operators
  • Why use pointers?
  • Arrays (a picture)
  • & operator
  • Pointers and arrays
  • Passing arrays to functions
  • Initializing arrays
  • Strings and character pointers
  • What is char s[7] ???
  • Arrays of pointers - diagram
  • Command-line arguments
  • Comparison of structures and arrays
  • Structure definitions and declarations
  • Arrays of structures
  • Creating a data structure
  • Methods
  • Object scope
  • C++ input and output
  • Namespaces
  • Data abstraction
  • Enforcing data encapsulation
  • File organization
  • Classes in C++
  • Objects
  • this Pointer
  • Debug output
  • Default constructor
  • When are constructors called?
  • Destructor
  • Copy constructor
  • Other Constructors
  • Why did it work before?
  • Composition
  • Report class
  • Code reuse
  • Initialization lists
  • Inheritance
  • Bugreport
  • Protected access modifier
  • Access and inheritance
  • Constructors and inheritance
  • Initialization lists revisited
  • Multiple inheritance
  • Inheritance and assignment
  • Inside Report's assignment operator
  • Using pointers - a quick look at basics
  • Class assignment and pointers
  • Static binding
  • Dynamic binding
  • Polymorphism
  • Using the show_rep() function
  • Designing member function inheritance
  • Bugfix and its relationship with Bugreport
  • Using Bugfix with show_rep()
  • Adding Bugfix to the hierarchy
  • Coding for the document class
  • Reexamining the document class
  • Pure virtual functions
  • Updated: Designing member function inheritance
  • References
  • Displaying references
  • Changing references
  • Pass by reference
  • Returning by reference
  • Constant variables
  • Constant references
  • Constant methods
  • new and delete
  • Array allocation
  • Report class
  • Compiler version of the copy constructor
  • Guidelines for copy constructors
  • Report constructors and new
  • Report destructor and delete
  • Virtual destructors
  • Casting: a review
  • New casting syntax
  • Creating a string class
  • String class
  • Conversion constructor
  • Expanding our casting options
  • Using the Casting Operator
  • Class data
  • Class methods
  • Using the new data
  • More on class methods
  • Function overloading
  • Using overloaded functions
  • Rules for overloading
  • Overloading based on const-ness
  • Default arguments
  • Invoking functions with default arguments
  • Basics of overloading
  • Overloading operator+
  • Coping with commutativity
  • Non-Commutative operators
  • friends and their problems
  • Assignment operator
  • Overloading the << Operator
  • Using date with cout
  • Why exception handling?
  • try/catch/throw
  • Exception classes
  • Standard exception hierarchy
  • Multiple catch blocks
  • Catching everything
  • Unhandled exceptions
  • Exception in constructors and destructors
  • Designing for exceptions
  • Class template concepts
  • Standard Template Library (STL) overview
  • Containers
  • Iterators
  • Iterator syntax
  • Non-Mutating sequential algorithms
  • Mutating sequential algorithms
  • Sorting algorithms
  • Numeric algorithms
  • auto_ptr class
  • string class
  • Container classes
  • Container class algorithms
  • vector class
  • Additional vector class methods
  • deque class
  • list class
  • set and multiset classes
  • map and multimap classes
  • Constants, references and pointers
  • Input/Output
  • this Pointer
  • Complete Report/Document Hierarchy
  • Scenario
  • Designing an array class
  • Code for FloatArray
  • Code for IntArray
  • Templates
  • Template syntax
  • Using templates
  • Using classes with templates
  • Additional template features
  • Standard Template Library
  • Banking System
  • Library Card Catalog
  • Diagrams for Banking and Library Problems
  • Object Diagram - Banking
  • Event Trace Diagram - Banking
  • Object Diagram - Library
  • Event Trace Diagram - Library
  • Namespaces
  • static_cast and reinterpret_cast operator
  • dynamic_cast operator
  • const_cast operator
  • mutable Data Members
  • bool Datatype
  • new Operator Failure
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