Programming in C++

Course Description

Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Programming in C++ including class definition and object instantiation, inheritance and polymorphism. Detailed coverage of exception handling, operator overloading, I/O and file streams, templates, and the Standard Template Library (STL). Exposure to Data Structures and basic algorithms for sorting and searching.

Learning Outcomes

  • Develop and code object-oriented C++ programs.
  • Develop C++ classes that utilize data abstraction, encapsulation and inheritance.
  • Perform simple file I/O streams.
  • Analyze and model classes and their relationship.
  • Apply recursion.
  • Implement basic sort and search algorithms.
  • Describe and apply polymorphism.
  • Design, develop, and use overloaded operators.

Prerequisites

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