Here Best C++ Online Courses
You will learn how to program in C++ in a fast and easy way!
The total length of the course is over 12 hours! You will learn theory and you will also gain lots of practice. During the course we will write many programs that will make you a great programmer.
All of this is presented by a young man who shares his knowledge, so the language used can be easily understood by everyone.
The course is designed for those who don’t have any prior knowledge about programming. It doesn’t matter if you have never written any programs or you have no idea about programming… After my course all of this will change. You will bust the myth that programming is a difficult thing only for the few!
After this course you will be able to use the advanced components of the C++ language.
you can learn
- semantics of the cpp
- what is compiler / IDE
- variables / types of variables
- input / output streams and validation of data
- operators – arithmetic, assigment, logical, bitwise
- conditions like if / else / switch
- arrays / multi-dimensional arrays
- loops – for / while / do-while
- functions, overloading functions, passing variables to functions etc.
- dynamic allocation of memory
- creating project in IDE
- object oriented programming
- class and function templates
Discover intermediate to advanced C++, including C++ 11’s fantastic additions to the C++ standard.
This course will take you from a basic knowledge of C++ to using more advanced features of the language. This course is for you if you want to deepen your basic knowledge of C++, you want to learn C++ 11 features, or you’ve taken my free beginners’ C++ course and you’re looking for the next step.
We’ll start with a look at C++ file handling and move through STL, template classes, operator overloading, lambda expressions, move constructors and much more besides.
At the end of the course I’ll show you how to create a program that generates fractal images, using a a few of the language features we’ve seen in the course and giving you a great work out with smart pointers and arrays.
I’ll give you exercises throughout the course, ranging from easy near the start, to quite tricky (but optional!) near the end of the course.
you will learn
- Develop complex C++ applications
- Understand C++ 11
- Be in a position to apply for jobs requiring good C++ knowledge
C++ will never seem intimidating again, once you’re done with these examples
Let’s parse that.
- C++ seems intimidating because all too often, what you see is not what you get.
- Usually, that’s because C++ is trying to help you, but you don’t realise that. C++ is incredibly deep, and it sometimes struggles to get you – the programmer – to understand what it’s saying
- These 75 examples will help. Each is self-contained, has its source code attached, and gets across a specific C++ use-case. Each example is simple, but not simplistic.
- Moving to C++ from C: If you are a C programmer, this section will run through what you need to know in order to move seamlessly to C++.
- Objects, Classes and Object-Oriented Programming: Access modifiers, classes, objects, the this pointer, new/delete and dynamic memory allocation gotchas
- Operator overloading is a particularly complicated topic – C++ is virtually alone in the ubiquity of overloaded operators. Make sure this doesn’t trip you up. Also go deep into the workings of const, static and friend
- Inheritance in C++ is considerably more complicated than in Java, mostly because of multiple inheritance, and because of the co-existence of both virtual and non-virtual methods.
- Templates are a classic generic programming technique that were revolutionary when first added to C++. Understand template functions and classes, as well as template specializations.
- STL – the Standard Template Library – is incredibly powerful. Get a good sense of collections, iterators and algorithms – the major components of the STL
- C++ casts are quite different than C-casts. Understand const_cast, static_cast and dynamic_cast, as well as Real Time Type Identification (RTTI), and the manner in which explicit conversions can be performed using static_cast
- Exceptions and exception handling in C++