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This three-day course teaches the skills required to develop applications using C++. The principles taught apply to all C++ development environments.

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Intermediate 

3 Days Classroom Course

Certification Awarded

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Study materials included

Skills You will have at the end of the Course

  • Moving from ANSI C to C++
  • Classes and Objects
  • Class Constructors and Destructors
  • More on Classes and Objects
  • Dynamic Memory Allocation
  • Operator Overloading
  • Object Collections
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Object Oriented Design

Course overview

This course takes existing programmers and introduces them to the advantage of using classes in C++.

 

Requirements

The course is aimed at those who have a background in programming with some experience in writing programs, preferably in ‘C’ who wish to move to C++.

Certification

At the end of the course, you’ll be Certified by the Irish Academy of Computer Training

Who would benefit

Someone requiring a good grounding in class theory in C++.

Why take the Course

To become proficient at creating and structuring classes in C++.

Online Option

No

Course curriculum

Section 1 : Moving from ANSI C to C++

Differences between ANSI C and C++ – Basic I/O in C++ – Data Types – Overloaded functions – References –  Functions Returning References – Inline Functions – Linking with non-C++ code

Section 2 : Classes and Objects

Structures with member functions – Public and Private Data – Classes and Objects – Scoping

Section 3 : Class Constructors and Destructors

Default Constructors – Overloaded Constructors – Copy Constructors – Destructors

Section 4 : More on Classes and Objects

Objects as Data Members – Const Member Functions – Friend Functions – Arrays of Objects – References to Objects – Static Class Data and Members

Section 5 : Dynamic Memory Allocation

The New and Delete Operators – Dynamic Allocation of Objects – Pointers to Objects – Class Destructors

Section 6 : Operator Overloading

Operator Functions – Overloading the Assignment Operator – User Defined Type Conversions

Section 7 : Object Collections

Organising collections of objects – Lists and Queues

Section 8 : Inheritance

Base classes and Derived Classes – Construction and Destruction with Inheritance – Protected Data Members and Access Control

Section 9 : Polymorphism

Virtual member functions – Pure Virtual Functions and Abstract Classes – Polymorphism – Multiple Inheritance – Class Hierarchies – Object Oriented Programming

Section 10 : Object Oriented Design

Activities of Object Oriented Design – Object and Class Relationships – Using Inheritance Correctly – Reuse of Objects and Classes

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