C++ Programming II – prg411 (3 credits)
This course builds on the Introduction to C++ programming course by using the basic programming concepts and introducing the use of more complex capabilities of the programming language.
Inheritance and Polymorphism
Apply base and derived classes.
Apply scope and accessibility.
- Apply polymorphism using virtual functions.
File and I/O Operations
- Use streaming Input/Output (I/O).
Demonstrate exception handling.
- Demonstrate file processing.
Object-oriented Data Structures
- Demonstrate dynamic memory allocation.
Apply searching and sorting algorithms.
- Create link lists.
More Classes and Objects
Use static members.
Use this member.
- Demonstrate overloading functions and operators.
Classes and Objects
Identify object-oriented terminology used in C++.
- Apply constructors and destructors.
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