Programming in C++ 2011

 

Programming in C++ 2011:  Part 1 (Introduction) – 3 Days

Course Description

This Programming in C++ 2011 Part 1 course will present the syntax and constructs of the ISO Standard C++11 programming language. Basic, intermediate, and some advanced techniques will be shown. All features shown are applicable to all C++11 variants (on Windows, Unix, and Linux systems).

Course Objectives

The overall course objective is to present sufficient C++11 language information to have the programmer at production coding level by the end of the training course.The overall course objective is to present sufficient C++11 language information to have the programmer at production coding level by the end of the training course.

Prerequisites

It is assumed that the participant has production level experience and knowledge of the ISO / ANSI Standard C programming language.

Outline

Basic I/O (Operations) in C++

istream class

ostream class

cout and cin I/O object (functions)

I/O manipulators

Namespaces

the Global Name Space (GNS)

the std namespace

creating namespaces

scoping identifiers in namespaces

Defining and using classes

basic class definition

private and public members

instantiation of (class) objects

constructors and destructors

dynamic memory allocation/deallocation

arguments to constructors

defining and using template (generic) classes

using RTTI to determine object types

Arrays, pointers, and references in C++11

object pointers

the this pointer

arrays of objects

smart pointers

references

Exception Handling

overview of C++11 exception handling

establishing a try block with catch handlers

different methods of throwing an exception

Defining and using Functions in C++11

class member functions

overloading function capabilities

passing objects to functions

by value (copy)

by reference

overloading constructor functions

template functions

default arguments

operator overload(ing functions)

Inheritance

base and derived classes

access control

constructors and destructors

multiple inheritance

virtual base classes

virtual functions

The Standard Template Library

history of the library

containers, algorithms, references, and iterators

using the vector, map, and string templates

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