C++ Training in Musaffah

C++ is a middle-level programming language developed by Bjarne Stroustrup starting in 1979 at Bell Labs. C++ runs on a variety of platforms, such as Windows, Mac OS, and the various versions of UNIX. This C++ tutorial adopts a simple and practical approach to describe the concepts of C++ for beginners to advanced software engineers.

C++ is a MUST for students and working professionals to become a great Software Engineer. I will list down some of the key advantages of learning C++:
• C++ is very close to hardware, so you get a chance to work at a low level which gives you lot of control in terms of memory management, better performance and finally a robust software development.
• C++ programming gives you a clear understanding about Object Oriented Programming. You will understand low level implementation of polymorphism when you will implement virtual tables and virtual table pointers, or dynamic type identification.
• C++ is one of the ever green programming languages and loved by millions of software developers. If you are a great C++ programmer then you will never sit without work and more importantly you will get highly paid for your work.
• C++ is the most widely used programming languages in application and system programming. So you can choose your area of interest of software development.
• C++ really teaches you the difference between compiler, linker and loader, different data types, storage classes, variable types their scopes etc.

 C++ Tutorial

• C++ Environment Setup
• C++ Character Set
• C++ Keywords
• C++ Identifiers
• C++ Constants
• C++ Punctuators
• C++ Program Structure
• C++ Basic Syntax
• C++ Comments
• C++ Basic Programs
• C++ Input Output Operator
• C++ Input Output Stream

C++ Data Type & Variable

• C++ Data Types
• C++ Data Type Modifiers
• C++ Variables
• C++ Variable Types
• C++ Variable Scope
• C++ Storage Classes
• C++ Formatting Output

C++ Programming Operators

• C++ Operators
• C++ Type Conversion
• C++ Numbers
• C++ Assignment Operator
• C++ Shorthand

C++ Flow of Control

• C++ Statements
• C++ Flow Control
• C++ Decision Making
• C++ if if-else if-else-if switch
• C++ Loops
• C++ for while do-while Loop
• C++ break continue goto

C++ Standard Library Functions

• C++ Standard Library Functions
• C++ Header Files
• C++ Character String Functions
• C++ Mathematical Functions

C++ Programming Functions

• C++ Functions
• C++ Function Types
• C++ Function Prototype Definition
• C++ Function Call
• C++ Function Return
• C++ Scope Rules

C++ Arrays & Strings

• C++ Arrays
• C++ One Dimensional Arrays
• C++ Two Dimensional Arrays
• C++ Strings

C++ Data Structure

• C++ Data Structure
• C++ Access Structure Member
• C++ Nested Data Structure
• C++ Structure Array
• C++ Pass Structure to Function
• C++ typedef
• C++ #define

C++ Programming Pointers

• C++ Pointers
• C++ Memory Map
• C++ Free Store
• C++ Declare Initialize Pointers
• C++ Dynamic Memory Allocation
• C++ Pointers & Arrays
• C++ Pointers & Const
• C++ Pointers & Functions
• C++ Pointers & Structures
• C++ Objects as Function Arguments
• C++ Pointers & Objects
• C++ References

C++ File Handling

• C++ File Handling
• C++ File Streams
• C++ Data Files
• C++ Opening & Closing Files
• C++ Steps to Process Files
• C++ Change Stream Behaviour
• C++ Sequential I/O Operations
• C++ Detecting EOF
• C++ File Pointers Random Access
• C++ Binary Files Operations
• C++ Error Handling

C++ Object Oriented Programming

• C++ Object Oriented Programming
• C++ Function Overloading
• C++ Classes & Objects
• C++ Constructors & Destructors
• C++ Inheritance
• C++ Encapsulation
• C++ Polymorphism
• C++ Data Abstraction
• C++ Interfaces

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