C++ Programming

C++ Programming

in C Programming
Created by Kamal

Course description

Certainly! C++ is an extension of the C programming language with additional features and paradigms. Here are some key topics and concepts related to C++:

  1. Object-Oriented Programming (OOP):

    • Classes and Objects
    • Constructors and Destructors
    • Inheritance and Polymorphism
    • Encapsulation and Data Hiding
    • Overloading (Operator and Function)
  2. C++ Standard Library:

    • Standard Input/Output streams (cin, cout, cerr, clog)
    • Containers (vector, list, map, set, etc.)
    • Algorithms (sort, find, etc.)
    • Strings (string class)
    • File I/O using fstream
  3. Templates and Generic Programming:

    • Function templates
    • Class templates
    • Template specialization
    • Template metaprogramming
  4. STL (Standard Template Library):

    • Containers (vector, list, map, etc.)
    • Algorithms (sorting, searching, etc.)
    • Iterators and iterator adapters
    • Functors and Lambdas
  5. Exception Handling:

    • try, catch, throw
    • Standard exceptions (std::exception, etc.)
    • Custom exception classes
  6. Memory Management:

    • Dynamic memory allocation using new and delete
    • Smart pointers (unique_ptr, shared_ptr, weak_ptr)
    • RAII (Resource Acquisition Is Initialization) concept
  7. Type Casting and Conversion:

    • static_cast, dynamic_cast, const_cast, reinterpret_cast
    • User-defined type conversions (conversion operators)
  8. Namespaces:

    • Defining namespaces
    • Using namespaces to prevent naming conflicts
  9. Standard C++ Library:

    • Standard Template Library (STL)
    • Input/output stream classes (ifstream, ofstream)
    • Manipulators (setw, setprecision, etc.)
    • Exception classes (std::exception, etc.)
  10. Lambda Expressions:

    • Syntax and usage of lambda functions
    • Capturing variables by reference or value
  11. Concurrency and Multithreading:

    • Basics of threads and thread management
    • Thread synchronization (mutex, condition_variable)
    • Future and promise for asynchronous programming
  12. Move Semantics and Rvalue References:

    • Introduction to move semantics
    • Rvalue references and lvalue references
    • Move constructors and move assignment operators
  13. C++11, C++14, C++17, C++20 Features:

    • Features introduced in each C++ standard version
    • Examples include auto keyword, range-based for loop, smart pointers, lambdas, constexpr, etc.
  14. STL Algorithms and Data Structures:

    • More in-depth understanding of STL algorithms (transform, accumulate, etc.)
    • More advanced data structures from STL (priority_queue, deque, etc.)
  15. Design Patterns in C++:

    • Common design patterns (singleton, factory, observer, etc.)
    • Implementing design patterns using C++ features

These topics cover the core concepts of C++ programming, and understanding them will enable you to write efficient, modern, and object-oriented C++ programs.

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