C++ for Non C Programmers Course Overview

The C++ for Non C Programmers course is designed for those who are unfamiliar with the C programming language, but need to learn the fundamentals of C++ programming. The course focuses on teaching the fundamentals of the C++ language without overwhelming the student with complex syntax and theory.
The course covers topics such as variables, data types, functions, loops, conditionals, structs, classes, and memory management. Students will learn how to create programs with a variety of tools, tools such as the Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE), CLion IDE, and JetBrains CLion IDE.
In addition to the basic C++ language topics, the course also covers more advanced topics such as object-oriented programming and the Standard Template Library, as well as topics related to platform-specific environments, such as Windows and POSIX.
At the end of the course, students will have a better understanding of the C++ language, and be better prepared for more advanced C++ programming tasks.

The 1-on-1 Advantage


Flexible Dates

  • • Choose Start Date
  • • Reschedule After Booking
  • • Weekend / Evening Option

4-Hour Sessions

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
Live Online Training (Duration : 40 Hours)
We Offer :
  • 1-on-1 Public - Select your own start date. Other students can be merged.
  • 1-on-1 Private - Select your own start date. You will be the only student in the class.

1950 + If you accept merging of other students.
4 Hours
8 Hours
Week Days

Start Time : At any time

12 AM
12 PM

1-On-1 Training is Guaranteed to Run (GTR)
Group Training
1700 Per Participant
03 - 07 Apr
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
(8 Hours/Day)
01 - 05 May
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM CST
(8 Hours/Day)
Course Prerequisites

In order to take a C++ for Non C Programmers class, students should have basic computer skills, as well as experience with at least one other programming language, such as JavaScript or Java. Knowledge of basic data structures, like loops and arrays, is also recommended.

Target Audience

The target audience for the C++ for Non C Programmers training would be a wide range of software and web developers, computer science students, and IT professionals who are interested in learning C++
The course is designed to be an introductory course, so no previous experience or knowledge of C or C++ is required
The course can be beneficial for professionals who need to learn C++ for their job and those who just have a general interest in programming

The course will provide a rapid introduction to the syntax and concepts of C++ that will enable the learner to become a competent and confident C++ programmer
During the course, topics such as types, variables, functions, classes, control flow, memory management, and debugging will be covered
After attending the course, the attendee should have a solid foundation on which to build upon and should be able to solve programming problems with practical applications

Learning Objectives of C++ for Non C Programmers

1. Understand the basics of C++ such as the syntax, variables, data types, arithmetic and logical expressions, functions, flow control statements and error handling.
2. Understand the specifics of C++ including classes, objects and polymorphism.
3. Learn how to use the Standard Template Library (STL) in the applications.
4. Understand the usefulness of pointers, references and dynamic memory allocation.
5. Understand and use Object Oriented Programming (OOP) concepts and features.
6. Understand and create complex classes for object-oriented design.
7. Gain familiarity with the features of the language such as name spaces.
8. Understand the integration of C++ with other language, such as Java or Python.
9. Learn the difference between classes and structures, virtual functions and function overloading
10. Understand the usefulness of templates and the use of advanced features such as the stream classes.

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