C++ for Non C Programmers Course Overview

C++ for Non C Programmers Course Overview

The "C++ for Non-C Programmers" course is designed to introduce learners with no background in C programming to the world of C++. It covers fundamental concepts starting with the basics of writing and compiling a "Hello World" program and progresses through more complex topics such as data types, control flow, and object-oriented programming principles like classes, inheritance, and polymorphism. By exploring pointers, arrays, structures, and the Standard Template Library (STL), students will gain a solid foundation in C++ and develop the skills needed to write efficient and effective C++ code.

Learners will also become familiar with advanced C++ features such as exception handling, function overloading, and operator overloading, enabling them to handle real-world programming challenges. The course emphasizes practical application, offering numerous lessons on how to use different C++ components and concluding with sample problems and comprehensive appendices for additional learning. By the end of the course, participants will be well-equipped to utilize C++ in various software development projects.

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Course Prerequisites

Certainly! To ensure that students are adequately prepared for the "C++ for Non-C Programmers" course and can make the most of the training provided by Koenig Solutions, the following prerequisites are recommended:


  • Basic Understanding of Programming Concepts: Familiarity with fundamental programming concepts such as variables, data types, control structures (like loops and conditional statements), and functions.


  • Problem-Solving Skills: Ability to think logically and solve problems, as programming involves designing algorithms to perform specific tasks.


  • Computer Literacy: Proficiency in using a computer, including the ability to install software and use a text editor to write code.


  • Willingness to Learn: A keen interest in learning new concepts and the motivation to actively participate in hands-on coding exercises.


  • English Proficiency: Since the course material and instruction are likely to be delivered in English, a good command of the English language will be beneficial for understanding the lessons.


These prerequisites are intended to ensure that students have a solid foundation to build upon when starting the course. It's important to note that prior experience in C programming is not required, as the course is designed for non-C programmers.


Target Audience for C++ for Non C Programmers

This C++ course is designed for individuals with no prior experience in C programming, aiming to build a solid foundation in C++.


  • Professionals seeking a career transition into software development or programming
  • Students or fresh graduates interested in learning C++ as a stepping stone into the IT industry
  • Analysts or data scientists who want to enhance their programming skill set for better data manipulation
  • Technical writers or product managers needing to understand C++ to improve communication with development teams
  • QA testers looking to expand their expertise into development roles
  • Non-programming IT staff who wish to gain a better understanding of the development process
  • Hobbyists or enthusiasts eager to learn a new programming language for personal projects or self-improvement
  • Educators or instructors requiring knowledge of C++ to teach programming concepts


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this C++ for Non C Programmers?

Introduction

Gain a foundational understanding of C++ programming, tailored for those without prior C experience. Learn to write, debug, and maintain C++ code effectively through hands-on lessons and practical examples.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the basics of C++ syntax and write your first C++ program.
  • Learn about C++ data types, variables, and constants to store and manipulate data.
  • Utilize operators and expressions to perform arithmetic, relational, and logical operations.
  • Control the flow of a program using conditional statements and loops.
  • Define and use functions for structured code and reusability, understanding scope and lifetime of variables.
  • Grasp the concepts of pointers, arrays, and their relationship, and how to manage memory.
  • Create and use structures and classes to organize and encapsulate data.
  • Implement object-oriented programming principles including constructors, destructors, and copy constructors.
  • Understand inheritance and polymorphism to design extensible software.
  • Master error handling with exception handling mechanisms.
  • Use the Standard Template Library (STL) for efficient data storage and manipulation.
  • Apply advanced features such as overloading functions and operators to enhance class functionality.
  • Explore dynamic memory management with the new and delete operators.
  • Learn about casting in C++ and how to safely convert between types.
  • Develop the ability to write robust, maintainable, and efficient C++ code.