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CPP OOSP: Step by step Learning

4.00PM - 6.00PM Everyday 2020-09-26
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Course Description

C++ language is one of the powerful language.The C++ programming language is used for developing system applications that forms a major portion of operating systems.

Course Sylabus

  1.     Difference between C and C++
  2.     Common features compare to c
  3.     Simplicity of OOPS
  4.     Difference between object oriented and real object oriented
  5.     Features of OOPS
  6.     Common Principles of OOPS
  7.     Compare with other object oriented application
  8.     Current additional concept for C++
  9.     Working with new features
  10.     Compare with C and C++ key words
  11.     About modifiers
  12.     Accessibility process of modifiers
  13.     Implementation of modifiers
  14.     Block process of modifiers
  15.     Describe about ordinary operators
  16.     Describe about class operators
  17.     Old data type
  18.     New data type
  19.     Working with new library
  20.     Working with object
  21.     Class specification
  22.     Object specification
  23.     Working with class and object
  24.     Difference between working with and without class programming
  25.     Member function
  26.     Access member function
  27.     Working with constructor
  28.     Advantage of constructor
  29.     Type of constructor
  30.     Constructor process and application
  31.     Access constructor
  32.     Working with destructor
  33.     Implement destructor
  34.     Compare non-destructor programming with destructor programming
  35.     Difference between class and structure
  36.     Working with class and structure
  37.     Working with array and array object
  38.     Working with class and function
  39.     Function with argument and return type
  40.     Function with argument and no return type
  41.     Function without argument and no return type
  42.     Function without argument and return type
  43.     Working with function process
  44.     Function call-by value
  45.     Function call-by reference
  46.     Function call- by constant reference
  47.     Working with access member out of class
  48.     Working with static
  49.     Static function member
  50.     Static data member
  51.     Non-object with static
  52.     Working with friends member
  53.     Pointer member
  54.     Pointer object specification
  55.     About inheritance
  56.     Type of inheritance
  57.     Single inheritance
  58.     Double inheritance
  59.     Multiple inheritance
  60.     Multilevel inheritance
  61.     Heretical inheritance
  62.     Hybrid inheritance
  63.     Inheritance specification
  64.     Working with inheritance programming
  65.     Type of base class
  66.     Type of derivatives
  67.     Derivative specification
  68.     Working with programming
  69.     Structure to solve through inheritance
  70.     Object calling under inheritance
  71.     Function overloading
  72.     Scope rules
  73.     Special features
  74.     Various data type
  75.     Working with constructor overloading
  76.     Difference between constructor and function overloading
  77.     Overloading with unary and binary operators
  78.     Overloading with arithmetic operators
  79.     Implement overloading with friends keyword
  80.     About polymorphism
  81.     Working with overloading process
  82.     Working with overriding process
  83.     Working Virtual member
  84.     With pointer
  85.     Binding process
  86.     Early binding
  87.     Late binding
  88.     Pure virtual function
  89.     Abstract base class
  90.     Constructor under inheritance
  91.     Destructor under inheritance
  92.     Virtual class
  93.     About exception handling
  94.     Blocks for exception handling
  95.     Application using exception handling
  96.     About template
  97.     Function implementation with template
  98.     Working function template
  99.     Working class template
  100.     Template class programming
  101.     About file processing
  102.     Working with stream
  103.     File opening modes
  104.     File reading and writing
  105.     Stream member function
  106.     Binary file operation
  107.     Working group argument
  108.     Working with external files
  109.     Random access file processing
  110.     Working file application
  111.     Fun with I/O

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