Aspects of C++ Overview :

  • C++ Characteristics , Object-Oriented Terminology , Polymorphism , Object-Oriented Paradigm , Abstract Data Types , I/O Services , Standard Template Library , Standards Compliance

  • Aspects of Functions and Variables :

  • Functions: Declaration and Definition , Variables: Definition , Variables: Dynamic Creation and Derived Data , Arrays and Strings in C++ , Qualifiers

  • Aspects of Classes in C++ :

  • Defining Classes in C++ , Classes and Encapsulation , Member Functions , Instantiating and Using Classes , Using Constructors , Multiple Constructors and Initialization Lists , Using Destructors to Destroy Instances , Friendship


Aspects of Operator Overloading :

  • Operator Overloading, Working with Overloaded Operator Methods

  • Aspects of Initialization and Assignment:

  • Initialization vs. Assignment, The Copy Constructor, Assigning Values, Specialized Constructors and Methods, Constant and Static Class Members

  • Aspects of Storage Management:

  • Memory Allocation, Dynamic Allocation: new and delete


Aspects of Inheritance

  • Overview of Inheritance, Defining Base and Derived Classes, Constructor and Destructor Calls

  • Aspects of Polymorphism

  • Overview of Polymorphism

  • Aspects of Input and Output in C++ Programs :

  • Standard Streams, Manipulators, Unformatted Input and Output, File Input and Output

  • Aspects of Exceptions:

  • Exceptions, Inheritance and Exceptions, Exception Hierarchies, Inside an Exception Handler


Aspects of Templates :

  • Template Overview

  • Customizing a Templated Method

  • Standard Template Library Containers



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