About C++ Training

C++ is Programming language which supports Object Oriented Concepts. Generally C++ is a Super Set of C Language. Every C application can be upgraded to C++ with Object Oriented Concepts.

There are many applications like Operating Systems, Unix, Windows, Linux, No Crysis Warhead and Other Cool games, No Photoshop, No Firefox, No VLC, No FL Studio, No Play station, No XBOX and the list continues . 90% of the applications in the world are written in C and C++.

C++ Training Course Objective

Core Objective of training is to learn the development and implementation of the Programs with classes and objects. The developed application of C can change into with classes and can add the entire object Oriented Concepts. Developing in C++ the application is more optimized and efficient than C.

C++ syllabus

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C++ Overview

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

Functions and Variables

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

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 

Operator Overloading

Operator Overloading 
Working with Overloaded Operator Methods 

Initialization and Assignment

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

Storage Management

Memory Allocation 
Dynamic Allocation: new and delete 


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


Overview of Polymorphism 

Input and Output in C++ Programs

Standard Streams 
Unformatted Input and Output 
File Input and Output 


Inheritance and Exceptions 
Exception Hierarchies 
Inside an Exception Handler 


Template Overview 
Customizing a Templated Method 
Standard Template Library Containers