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  • Course Curriculum

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  • Section 1 - Overview
    Object-Oriented Programming
    Standard Libraries
    The ANSI Standard
    Learning C++
  • Section 3 - Basic Syntax
    C++ Program Structure
    Compile & Execute C++ Program
    Semicolons & Blocks in C++
    C++ Keywords
  • Section 5 - Data Types
    Primitive Built-in Types
    Typedef Declarations
    Enumerated Types
  • Section 6 - Variable Types
    Variable Definition In C++
    Variable Declaration In C++
    Lvalues And Rvalues
  • Section 7 - Variable Scope
    Local Variables
    Global Variables
    Initializing Local And Global Variables
  • Section 8 - Constants/Literals
    Integer Literals
    Floating-point Literals
    Boolean Literals
    Character Literals
    String Literals
    Defining Constants
  • Section 9 - Modifier Types
    Type Qualifiers in C++
  • Section 10 - Storage Classes
    The Auto Storage Class
    The Register Storage Class
    The Static Storage Class
    The Extern Storage Class
    The Mutable Storage Class
  • Section 11 - Operators
    Arithmetic Operators
    Relational Operators
    Logical Operators
    Bitwise Operators
    Assignment Operators
    Misc Operators
    Operators Precedence in C++
  • Section 12 - Loop Types
    While Loop
    Loop Control Statements
    The Infinite Loop
  • Section 13 - Decision-Making Statements
    Nested If Statement
    If…Else Statement
    If…Else If…Else Statement
    Switch Statement
    Nested If Statement
    The ? : Operator
  • Section 14 - Functions
    Defining A Function
    Function Declarations
    Calling A Function
    Function Arguments
  • Section 15 - Numbers
    Defining Numbers In C++
    Math Operations In C++
    Random Numbers In C++
  • Section 16 - Arrays
    Declaring Arrays
    Initializing Arrays
    Accessing Array Elements
    Arrays in C++
    Passing Arrays to Functions
  • Section 17 - Strings
    The C-Style Character String
    The String Class In C++
  • Section 18 - Pointers
    What Are Pointers?
    Using Pointers In C++
    Pointers In C++
    Null Pointers
    Pointer Arithmetic
    Pointers Vs Arrays
    Array Of Pointers
    Pointer To A Pointer
    Passing Pointers To Functions
    Return Pointer From Functions
  • Section 19 - References
    References Vs Pointers
    Creating References in C++
    References As Parameters
    Reference As Return Value
  • Section 20 - Date And Time
    Current Date And Time
    Format Time using struct tm
  • Section 21 - Basic Input/Output
    I/O Library Header Files
    The Standard Output Stream (cout)
    The Standard Input Stream (cin)
    The Standard Error Stream (cerr)
    The Standard Log Stream (clog)
  • Section 22 - Data Structures
    Defining A Structure
    Accessing Structure Members
    Structures As Function Arguments
    Pointers to Structures
  • Section 23 - Classes And Object
    C++ Class Definitions
    Define C++ Objects
    Classes & Objects In Detail
    Class Access Modifiers
    The Public Members
    The Private Members
    The Protected Members
    Constructor & Destructor
    Friend Functions
    Inline Functions
    This Pointer
    Pointer To C++ Classes
    Static Members Of A Class
    Static Function Members
  • Section 24 - Inheritance
    Base & Derived Classes
    Access Control And Inheritance
    Type Of Inheritance
    Multiple Inheritance
  • Section 25 - Overloading (Operator & Function)
    Function Overloading in C++
    Overloadable/Non-overloadable Operators
    Operator Overloading Examples
    Unary Operators Overloading
    Increment (++) and Decrement (- -) Operators
    Binary Operators Overloading
    Relational Operators Overloading
    Input/Output Operators Overloading
    ++ and – – Operators Overloading
    Assignment Operators Overloading
    Function Call () Operator Overloading
    Subscripting [ ] Operator Overloading
    Class Member Access Operator – > Overloading
  • Section 26 - Polymorphism
    Virtual Function
  • Section 27 - Data Abstraction
    Access Labels Enforce Abstraction
  • Section 30 - Files And Streams
    Opening a File
    Closing a File
    Writing to a File
    File Position Pointers
  • Section 31 - Exception Handling
    Throwing Exceptions
    Catching Exceptions
    C++ Standard Exceptions
    Define New Exceptions
  • Section 32 - Dynamic Memory
    The New And Delete Operators
    Dynamic Memory Allocation For Arrays
    Dynamic Memory Allocation for Objects
  • Section 33 - Namespaces
    Defining A Namespace
    The Using directive
    Discontiguous Namespaces
    Nested Namespaces
  • Section 34 - Templates
    Function Template
    Class Template
  • Section 35 - Prepeocessor
    The #define Preprocessor
    Function-Like Macros
    Conditional Compilation
    The # And # # Operators
    Predefined C++ Macros
  • Section 36 - Signal Handling
    The signal() Function
    The Raise() Function
  • Section 37 - Multithreading
    Creating Threads
    Terminating Threads
    Passing Arguments To Threads
    Joining And Detaching Threads
  • Section 38 - Web Programming
    What is CGI?
    Web Browsing
    CGI Architecture Diagram
    Web Server Configuration
    HTTP Header
    CGI Environment Variables
    C++ CGI Library
    GET And POST Methods
    Using Cookies In CGI
  • Section 40 - Standard Library
    The Standard Function Library
    The Object Oriented Class Library
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