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C++ Programming II

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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.

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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    Inheritance and Polymorphism

    • Apply scope and accessibility.

    • Apply polymorphism using virtual functions.
    • Apply base and derived classes.

    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++.

    • Create classes.

    • Apply constructors and destructors.
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