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Course Description: This hands on C++ programming course provides an accelerated introduction to the most essential syntactical components of the C and C++. The course begins by introducing the built in data types, fundamental control constructs, and rich expression operator repertoire common to both C and C+. The remainder of the course teaches object-oriented programming using features of C++, congruent with the C++ for C Programmers course. Hands on exercises are performed throughout each day to demonstrate key concepts and assure mastery by the student.
Course Prerequisites: Prior programming experience, though not necessarily in C or C++. Some prior knowledge of basic C syntax is helpful but not required.

ANSI C++ Fundamentals
Block Structure of C and C++ Programs
Fundamentals of Syntax
Built in Data Types
The Preprocessor and Macros
Standard Runtime Libraries and Header Files
Operators and Expressions
Arithmetic, Logical, and Bit Operators
Precedence and Associativity
Type Conversion Rules
Type Casting
Advantages of Pointers
Uses of Pointers
Declaring Pointers
Pointer and Address Arithmetic
Initializing and Dereferencing Pointers
Pointers versus Arrays
Moving from C to C++
New Compiler Directives
Stream Console I/O
Explicit Operators
Standard Libraries
Data Control Capabilities
Function Prototypes and Type Checking
Default Function Data Types
Function Overloading
Problems with Function Overloading
Name Resolution
Promotions and Conversions
Call by Value
Reference Declarations
Call-by-Reference and Reference Types
References in Function Return
Constant Argument Types
Conversion of Parameters Using Default Initializers
Providing Default Arguments
Inline Functions
Dynamic Memory Management
Advantages of Dynamic Memory Allocation
Static, Automatic, and Heap Memory
Free Store Allocation with new and delete
Handling Memory Allocation Errors
Inheritance and Reuse
Composition vs. Inheritance
Inheritance: Centralized Code
Inheritance: Maintenance and Revision
Public, Private and Protected Members
Redefining Behavior in Derived Classes
Designing Extensible Software Systems
Syntax for Public Inheritance
Use of Common Pointers
Constructors and Initialization
Inherited Copy Constructors
Destructors and Inheritance
Public, Protected, Private Inheritance
Introduction to Object Concepts
The Object Programming Paradigm
Object-Orientated Programming Definitions
Information Hiding and Encapsulation
Separating Interface and Implementation
Classes and Instances of Objects
Overloaded Objects and Polymorphism
Strings in C++
Character Strings
The String Class
Operators on Strings
Member Functions of the String Class
C++ Program Structure
Organizing C++ Source Files
Integrating C and C++ Projects
Using C in C++
Polymorphism in C++
Definition of Polymorphism
Calling Overridden Methods
Accessing Overridden Methods
Virtual Methods and Dynamic Binding
Virtual Destructors
Abstract Base Classes and Pure Virtual Methods
Declaring and Defining Classes
Components of a Class
Class Structure
Class Declaration Syntax
Member Data
Built-in Operations
Constructors and Initialization
Initialization vs. Assignment
Class Type Members
Member Functions and Member Accessibility
Inline Member Functions
Friend Functions
Static Members
Modifying Access with a Friend Class
The Standard Template Library
STL Containers
Parameters Used in Container Classes
The Vector Class
STL Algorithms
Use of Libraries
Data Types, Storage, Classes, and Scope
Data Types and Qualifiers
Constants and String Literals
Static versus Automatic Storage
Scope and Variables
Initialization Rules
Flow Control Constructs
Conditional Constructs: if, switch
Looping Constructs: while, do, for
Programming Style
Purpose of Functions
Functions versus Inlining
The Argument Stack
Passing by Value
Passing by Reference
Declaring External Functions
Function Prototyping
Handling Data
New Declaration Features
Initialization and Assignment
Enumerated Types
The bool Type
Constant Storage
Pointers to Constant Storage
Constant Pointers
Constant Reference Arguments
Volatile Data
Global Data
Creating and Using Objects
Creating Automatic Objects
Creating Dynamic Objects
Calling Object Methods
Initializing Member consts
Initializer List Syntax
Allocating Resources in Constructor
Block and Function Scope
File and Global Scope
Class Scope
Scope Resolution Operator ::
Using Objects as Arguments
Objects as Function Return Values
Constant Methods
Containment Relationships
Controlling Object Creation
Object Copying and Copy Constructor
Automatic Copy Constructor
Conversion Constructor
Streaming I/O
Streams and the iostream library
Built-in Stream Objects
Stream Manipulators
Stream Methods
Input/Output Operators
Character Input
String Streams
Formatted I/O
File Stream I/O
Overloading Stream Operators
Persistent Objects
Purpose of Template Classes
Constants in Templates
Templates and Inheritance
Container Classes
Use of Libraries
Types of Exceptions
Trapping and Handling Exceptions
Triggering Exceptions
Handling Memory Allocation Errors
Reliability Considerations in C++ Projects
Function Prototypes
Strong Type Checking
Constant Types
C++ Access Control Techniques
Multiple Inheritance
Derivation from Multiple Base Classes
Base Class Ambiguities
Virtual Inheritance
Virtual Base Classes
Virtual Base Class Information
Operator Overloading
Advantages and Pitfalls of Overloading
Member Operator Syntax and Examples
Class Assignment Operators
Class Equality Operators
Non-Member Operator Overloading
Member and Non-Member Operator Functions
Operator Precedence
The this Pointer
Overloading the Assignment Operator
Overloading Caveats

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