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Course level: Undergraduate
This course introduces the student to C++. Topics include C++ basics, selection and repetition structures, arrays, and functions. There is also an introduction to object oriented concepts in C++.
What you'll learn
Course skills and outcomes
- Define important parts and syntax of the C++ language.
- Differentiate when to use C-style or C++ strings.
- Identify appropriate style in coding.
- Write a basic C++ program.
- Outline the importance of programming design.
- Implement object-oriented programming.
- Design reusable code.
- Apply control structures in a C++ program.
- Explore the basic syntax for writing classes and using objects.
- Outline the object life cycles.
- Write well-designed classes and use objects effectively in a C++ program.
- Apply inheritance to object-oriented design.
- Compare inheritance types: public, protected, and private.
- Use streams for input and output of data.
- Handle errors in C++ programs.
- Use operator overloading.
- Implement memory management.