C++ is an excellent general purpose programming language. It adds object oriented programming features to its predecessor C language. We provide the complete C++ language with details of real world example for OOPs concepts. We have our own copyright books for this course with extra exercise has been provided to get student more experience.
This course promises to strengthen your "C programming skills."
People with solid experience in the C programming language enter the object-oriented world with the C programming language.
The C training course provides a comprehensive overview of the concepts of OOPs and the C language with topics such as function overload, operator overload, inheritance and polymorphism, multiple inheritances,
exception handling, models, RTTI, namespaces, file management, and standard model library (STL).
To master a programming language, you need practical training and clear concepts.
The course focuses on 50% of laboratory practices and includes smart tips such as best practices, interview tips, group exercises and classroom tests to increase your curiosity and become
C is a universal programming language created by Bjarne Stroustrup as an extension of the C programming language.
It is considered the most important and fundamental requirement for understanding the object-oriented programming style.
History of C++
The C programming language was developed in 1980 by Mr.
Bjarne Stroustrup at the Bell Laboratories of American Telephone & Telegraph (AT & T), a company based in the United States of America.
He developed the C programming language to integrate the object-oriented programming style into the C language without having to make a major modifications to the basic concepts of C.
Follow the steps below to install C on our local systems.
• Step 1: Choose your preferred text editor.
C can be used with several text editors, such as TurboC, CodeBlocks, Dev.C, Visual Studio, Eclipse, and many others.
• Step 2: install MinGW on your local system.
Features of C++ : Simple
C offers a structured approach in which you can divide the problem into parts and create a modular solution.
It offers a variety of library functions that you can use when implementing the solution.
If you have worked with C language, the transition to C would be a very smooth transition.
The syntax is almost the same for minor changes.
Platform-dependent language is the language in which programs can be run only on the operating system on which they were developed and compiled.
It cannot be run or run on another operating system.
However, C programs can run on many computers with little or no change.
Mid-level programming language
C offers the possibility of performing low and high-level programming.
This is the reason why C is known as a medium level programming language.
When it comes to low-level programming, C is used to develop system applications, such as the kernel, driver, etc.
Structured programming language
In C programming, the code is structured in a modular way using functions, classes, and objects, and the modules are loosely connected to each other.
The modular code is easy to understand and modify.
This makes C a structured programming language.
Developers have access to many internal functions provided by the C language.
Let's take a look at some of the C header files and the functions it provides.
- : <iostream>: contains standard C input and output functions
- <iomanip>: contains flow managers that format data flows
- <cmath>: contains functions from the math library
- <ctime>: contains a function to modify the time and date
- •<fstream>: contains functions for functions that perform input of files to the hard disk and output to files on the hard disk
- <iterator>: contains classes for accessing data in standard C library containers
- <algorithm>: contains functions for editing data in standard C library containers
You can release the allocated memory at any time.
Not only does this C also offer dynamic memory management techniques.
Powerful & Fast
C is a fast language because the compilation and execution time is shorter.
It also has a variety of data types, functions, and operators.
Pointer Stores the address of another variable.
The pointer points to the location of a variable.
C supports pointers and provides solutions to many problems that require site access.
C is a programming language based on a compiler.
No C program can be run without compilation.
The compiler first compiles the C program and then runs it.
C++ Features: Syntax based language
Strict compliance with rules and regulations is called restricted syntax-based language.
C, Cpp, Java, .net are some examples.
I hope now that you understand several functions of C.
DURATION : (40 Hours)
PREREQUISITES : Knowledge of C Programming language.
TRAINING HIGHLIGHTS : Detail and focused training to develop your logical skills for programming language. Student will be able to implement the application and write the program with classes and objects. Best Trainers having extensive industry experience.
1. Introduction to OOPs
- Procedure-Oriented Programming
- Drawbacks of Procedure Programming
- OOPs Concepts
- Data Binding
2. Beginning with C++
- History of C++
- Advantages of C++ over C
- Input and Output Statements
- Compiling and Linking
3. Fundamentals of C++
- Data types
- Control Structure
- Inline Function
- Function Overloading
4. Fundamentals of Classes
- Defining the Class in C++
- C++ Objects
- Data members & Member Functions
- Constructors in C++
- Types of constructor
5. Operator Overloading
- Defining Operator Overloading
- Rules for operator overloading
- Friend function
- Overloading Increment Operator:
- Overloading decrement Operator
- Overloading  Operator
- Overloading Assignment Operator
- Advantages of Inheritance
- Base & Derived Classes
- Visibility Mode
- Types of Inheritance
- Virtual Functions
- Rules for Virtual Functions
- Pure Virtual Functions
- Abstract class
- Virtual destructor
7. I/O Stream Library
- C++ Streams
- I/O Stream Library
- Unformatted I/O Operations
- Formatted Console I/O Operations
- Classes for file stream operation
- Opening a File
- File modes
- Closing a File
- File Pointer and their Manipulators
- Input and Output Operation
- Reading and Writing Class Objects
- Error handling during file Operations
8. Advanced Topics
- Template function
- Template class
- Exception handling
9. Standard Template Library
- Standard Template library
- STL components