Standard C++ Programming Course
C++ is one of the most powerful languages for serious systems that need real speed, high performance and high reliability. This course will teach you the fundamentals of the C++ language, in line with the newest ISO standards. You will learn how to write C++ code that can be used on different platforms. You learn to read, debug and maintain C++ code, and how object-oriented concepts apply to the C++ language.
|Duration:||4.5 days. Courses are presented from 08:30 to 16:30.|
|Investment:||R10,400.00 excluding VAT per delegate.|
|Venue:||The Incus Data Training Venue in Centurion, Pretoria. Courses can also be presented on-site for 5 or more delegates.|
|Dates:||Please check the course schedule for the next available date. You can also contact us at tel: (+27) 12 666 2020 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about dates.|
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Audience: Is This The Right Course For Me?
You should attend the Standard C++ Programming course if:
- You are a C programmer and you want to learn the C++ language.
- You need to support existing C++ systems.
- You have been using C++, but struggle with some concepts or have gaps in your knowledge.
- You need to use C++ for embedded systems.
Prerequisites: Am I Ready For The Course?
Before you attend the Standard C++ Programming course:
- You must have attended our Standard C Programming or already be comfortable with the fundamentals of the C programming language.
- You should have at least 6 months practical experience programming in C.
Please ensure you meet the prerequisites for the Standard C++ Programming Course before you attend the course. Read the importance of course prerequisites to understand why this is necessary.
Objectives: What Will I Learn?
After you have completed the Standard C++ Programming course, you will be able to:
- Write your own C++ programs for any operating system.
- Read and maintain C++ programs.
- Debug C++ code to find and correct mistakes.
- Understand the principles of object orientation as used in C++.
- Understand the importance of portable code and standards compliance.
- Understand generic programming and the use of templates in C++.
Technical Contents: What Does The Course Cover?
- A Different and Enhanced C
- Const types.
- Character literals and char arrays.
- Structured and enumerated types.
- Empty parameter lists.
- Void pointers.
- C++ comments.
- Type checking.
- Operators as functions.
- Default parameters.
- Inline functions.
- Dynamic memory allocation.
- Exception handling.
- Scope resolution.
- Object Oriented Programming Basics
- Data encapsulation.
- Structured programming and OOP.
- Classes and objects.
- Inheritance and abstract data types.
- C++ Standard Library Overview
- Streams and overloaded stream operators.
- I/O Manipulators.
- Strings and the STL.
- Collections and iterators.
- Generic algorithms.
- Classes and Objects
- Member functions, constructors and destructors.
- Constructor overloading.
- Copy constructor.
- Canonical form for classes.
- Overloaded assignment operator.
- Shallow versus deep copies.
- Dynamic memory allocation in constructors.
- Data Members
- Structured type members.
- Access specifiers.
- Static members.
- Expressions and Functions
- Expression evaluation.
- C++ operators and precedence.
- Implicit type conversion.
- Function signatures.
- Overloading functions.
- Variable argument lists.
- Pass and return by references.
- Templates and the STL
- Templates and generic functions.
- Deriving from template classes.
- Friends, Operators and Member Functions
- Friend functions.
- Overloading standard operators.
- The this keyword.
- Inline member functions.
- Scope resolution.
- Static functions.
- Base and derived classes.
- Initializer lists.
- Public, private and protected inheritance.
- Polymorphism in detail.
- Multiple inheritance.
- Virtual base classes.
Testimonials: What Other Delegates Say About This Course
"Renier is all what I was looking for, someone with lots of practical eperiece and can explain the concepts very clearly."
R. Fhatuwani, Thales (Lecturer: Renier)
"Very valueable and interesting course."
B. Helfrich, Parsec (Lecturer: Renier)
"I am really impressed by the standards of which the course was presented and by the knowledge transferred. I haven't had this experience at any other place before."
J. Cilliers, Momentum (Lecturer: Renier)
"Excellent course. Has given me great interst in the area of C and learning more."
J. Singh, Bankserv Africa (Lecturer: Renier)
"I am very satisfied by the extent / depth of knowledge that the lecturer has."
M. Motlhabane, Denel Dynamics (Lecturer: Renier)
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