Apply the logical aspects of programming using pseudocode.
Describe the integrated development environment.
Variables and Input and Output Operations
Outline the different components of a program.
Use different types of variables in a C++ program.
Compile a C++ program to create an executable.
Identify input and output operations.
Selection and Repetition Structures
Compose if statements, looping statements, and case statements.
Arrays and Pointers
Use arrays and pointers in a C++ program.
A Structured and Modular Approach to Programming
Identify the components and purposes of functions.
Pass arguments to functions.
Structures and Classes
Explain the use of structures within classes.
Explain how classes are defined and used.
Explain the function and purpose of unions.
Basic Concepts of Object-Oriented Programming
Explain the use of objects in object oriented programming.
Summarize the relationship between structures, classes, and unions within object oriented programming.
C++ Programming in Review
Create functional C++ programs.
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