prg410 | undergraduate

C++programming I

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This course introduces the student to C++. Topics include C++ basics, selection and repetition structures, arrays, and functions.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Functions

    • Apply passing parameters to functions.

    • Determine scope of local and global variables.
    • Apply returning values from functions.
    • Develop functions.

    Arrays and Pointers

    • Create an array.

    • Explain pointers.

    Creating Classes and Objects

    • Explain creating classes.
    • Explain declaring and using objects.

    C++ Basics

    • Demonstrate the process of programming C++.

    • Demonstrate input/output processing (I/O).

    • Apply variables, constants, and arithmetic operations.

    • Identify fundamental data types.

    Selection and Repetition Structures

    • Use Boolean operations.

    • Apply selection and repetition structures.
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