Provides intensive training to fresh graduates as well for working programmers in C++. offers a comprehensive coverage of the advanced features of the C++ language.The course starts with basic OO concepts, and then a quick introduction to the language. The language is presented, not as an extension of C, but as a demonstration of how object-oriented development promotes a new, productive way of thinking. The presentation of each course is always tailored to the background, interests, and objectives of the participants.

Proposed Agenda

    • Basics: Introduce program start, variable types, flow of control, and I/O.
    • Functions: Learn functions, parameter passing, references, arrays, global and static variables, defaults, and inline.
    • Types: Cover constants, enumerations, typedef, switch, c and c++ strings, using directives, structs, reference variables, constant references, overloading, and template functions.
    • Member Functions: Examine member functions, definition and invokation syntax, and const issues.
    • Inheritance: Discuss inheritance, data and functions, its design meaning, overriding, and chaining.
    • Constructors: Examine constructors and destructors, multiple and default constructors, array construction, and unnamed temporaries.
    • Protection: Introduce public, private and protected access specification, friends, and class.
    • Virtual: Consider virtual functions, type compatibility, and dynamic binding.
    • Templates: Cover template classes, syntax, instantiation, and parameters.
    • Pointers: Examine pointer types and syntax, indexing and relation to arrays, arithmetic, pointers to object, and use in connected data structures.
    • Dynamic Memory: Learn dynamic memory, allocation and deallocation, syntax and purpose, arrays, and memory leaks. Discuss use of dynamic memory by classes, and copy and assignment issues.
    • Operator: Cover operator overloading and various operators.
    • Exceptions: Introduce exceptions, various syntax and use, and interaction with destructors.
    • Constructors: Introduce construction of aggregate and derived objects, initialization syntax, and automatic constructor generation.
    • Scope: Examine name collision issues, nested types, static members, and namespaces.
    • Virtual: Cover implementation of dynamic binding, use in writing generic code, abstract operations, pure virtual functions, and virtual destructors.
    • Inheritance: Discuss multiple and private inheritance.
    • Type Conversion: Examine casting, cast operators, dynamic cast, rtti, and explicit.
    • Std Containers: Discuss fundamentals of standard library containers, use, iterators, algorithms, function parameters, nested typedefs, and generic code.
    • Preprocessor: Consider preprocessor directives, code selection and generation, and macro parameters.
    • Compilation: Cover issue in separate compilation, code organization, dependencies, and guards.
    • Patterns: Introduce idea of design patterns and work through example patterns.
    • Object-Oriented Programming and Design: Examine principles and concepts in object-oriented programming and design. Work through typical design example and consider various issues such as decoupling, reuse, and ease of extension.


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