C++ Programming Course Details

C++ is a fundamental course recommended for all the students whose goal is to understand the concept of Programming language and its implementation in the real time world. We Cover C++ to give a firm foundation for a career as systems programmer.

C++ is a static, free-form, (usually) compiled, multi-paradigm, mid-level general-purpose programming language. Many of the operating systems, system drivers, browsers and games of today are using C++ as their core language. That makes C++ one of today's most popular languages. It is safe to say that C++ is irreplaceable with the use of C++ in the development of modern games, operating systems, browsers, and much more. Since C++ is a language of mid-level, you will write code that directly interacts with the computer's internal hardware. C++ is a language developed by Bjarne Stroustrup for general-purpose object-oriented programming (OOP) and is an extension of the C language. Therefore it is possible to code C++ in a "C style" or "object-oriented style." It can be coded in either way in some scenarios and is therefore an effective example of a hybrid language.

C++ Programming Highlights

Course Duration

1 Month



Delivery Mode

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Systems programmers
Coding Enthusiast


In this class, we will learn the basics about C++ programming language such as variables, data types, arrays, pointers, functions and classes etc.


At the end of the class, we expect people to have a good understanding about the concept of object-oriented programming using C++, be able to write and read basic C++ code.


No prior knowledge about C++ is required, but people are expected to have some basic knowledge about computers, some knowledge about one or two other programming languages such as Perl, PHP, Python or Java etc is preferred.
  Course Outlines
1. Introduction
  • Alt Text What is C++? , Why C++?
  • Alt Text C and C++
  • Alt Text Exception Handling
  • Alt Text Object Oriented Programming
  • Alt Text Standard Template Library
2. Types and declarations
  • Alt Text Types
  • Alt Text Booleans
  • Alt Text Integer Types
  • Alt Text Floating-Point Types
  • Alt Text Sizes
  • Alt Text Void
  • Alt Text Enumerations
  • Alt Text Declarations
3. Pointers, Arrays and Structures
  • Alt Text Pointers
  • Alt Text Arrays
  • Alt Text Pointers into Arrays
  • Alt Text Constants
  • Alt Text References
  • Alt Text Pointers to void
  • Alt Text Structures
4. Expressions and Statements
  • Alt Text A Deck Calculator
  • Alt Text Operator Summary
  • Alt Text Statement Summary
  • Alt Text Comments and Indentation
5. Functions
  • Alt Text Function Declarations
  • Alt Text Argument Passing
  • Alt Text Value Return
  • Alt Text Overloaded Function Names
  • Alt Text Default Arguments
  • Alt Text Pointer to Function
  • Alt Text Macros
6. Namespaces and Exceptions
  • Alt Text Namespaces
  • Alt Text Exceptions
7. Source Files and Programs
  • Alt Text Separate Compilation
  • Alt Text Linkage
  • Alt Text Using Header Files
  • Alt Text Programs
8. Classes
  • Alt Text Classes
  • Alt Text Access Control
  • Alt Text Constructors
  • Alt Text Member functions
  • Alt Text Static members
  • Alt Text Destructors
  • Alt Text Memory allocation
  • Alt Text Member initialization
9. Operator overloading
  • Alt Text Introduction
  • Alt Text Operator Functions
  • Alt Text A Complete Number Type
  • Alt Text Conversion Operators
  • Alt Text Friends
  • Alt Text Large Objects
  • Alt Text Essential Operators
  • Alt Text Subscripting
  • Alt Text Functions Calls
  • Alt Text Dereferencing
  • Alt Text Increment and Decrement
  • Alt Text A String Class
10. Derived class
  • Alt Text Introduction
  • Alt Text Derived Classes
  • Alt Text Abstract Classes
  • Alt Text Design of Class Hierarchies
  • Alt Text Class Hierarchies and Abstract Classes
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