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C++ Programming


This course provides an exhaustive coverage of OOPs concepts and C++ language with topics like Function Overloading.


Duration 35 hr (Including Projects)

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This course provides an exhaustive coverage of OOPs concepts and C++ language with topics like Function Overloading, Operator Overloading, Namespaces, Inheritance and Polymorphism, Ambiguities of Multiple Inheritance and Overview of Templates, RTTI, File Handling.




  • Procedure v/s Object Oriented Programming
  • Benefits Of OOP’s
  • Different OOP’s Features
  • Data types, Variables
  • Constants, Expressions
  • Operators (Arithmetic, Logical, Relational )
  • Operators (Conditional, Assignments )
  • Type Conversion & Casting
  • Control Structure (If, If-Else, Nested If-Else)
  • Control Structure ( Switch, While loop, )
  • Control Structure ( For loop )
  • Control Structure ( Do While loop )
  • Control Structure ( Break, Continue )
  • Control Structure ( Nested Loops )
  • Functions ( Pass by value, Pass by reference )
  • Functions Overloading
  • Functions ( Inline Functions, Friend function )
  • Classes & Objects ( Class Definition, Public )
  • Classes & Objects ( Private )
  • Classes & Objects ( Protected Members )
  • Constructor & Destructor ( Characteristics)
  • Default Constructor, Constructor Overloading
  • Parameterized Constructor, Destructor
  • Copy Constructor, Operator Overloading
  • Inheritance ( Base & Derived Class )
  • Single & Multilevel Inheritance
  • Multiple, Hierarchical
  • Hybrid, Multipath Inheritance
  • Abstract Class, Virtual Base Class
  • Virtual Function
  • Pointer Exception Handling
  • Pointer, Polymorphism, Pointer to Array
  • Run Time & Compile Time Polymorphism
  • Template ( Template Class )
  • Template ( Function Templates )
  • Files and Console I/O

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