Programming in C++ 2011

 

Programming in C++ 2011:  Part 2 (Advanced Topics) – 2 Days

Course Description

This Programming in C++ 2011:  Part 2 (Advanced Topics) course will present additional topics 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 provide additional C++11 language features in each of the coverages areas from Part 1.

Prerequisites

It is assumed that the participant has attended the Programming in C++2011 : Part 1 (Introduction) course, or has production level coding experience with (any version standard) of C++.

Outline

Namespaces

namespace issues

collisions

pollutions

namespace aliases

inlined namespaces

 

Advanced I/O (Operations) in C++

I/O extractors

I/O inserters

object oriented file I/O

Defining and using classes

constructors

default keyword

delete keyword

delegating (overloaded types)
template classes

template aliases

forward referencing

variadic templates

Pointers and references in C++11

smart pointers

unique_ptr

shared_ptr

weak_ptr

references

move semantics

move reference (operations)

move constructor

 

Exception Handling

using  noexcept

using  std::set_terminate( )

Data Operations in C++11

const_cast

static_cast

brace initialization

passing objects to functions

by value (copy)

by reference

by move reference

 

Inheritance

using override

using final

                            

Functions

lambdas (anonymous functions)

closures

captures

trailing return type

 

 The Standard Template Library

 begin( ) and end( ) methods

tuple container

regular expressions

thread operations

random number operations

clock and timing capabilities

 Miscellaneous Features

 type aliases

decltype

type traits

static assert

enumerated (scoped) class

user-defined literals

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