Object Oriented Programming in C++

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This Object Oriented Programming in C++  course has been designed meticulously to help students master the Object-Oriented Programming skills in C++. It covers  basic topics like input/output streams, namespaces, classes and objects, constructors, function overloading, function overriding  through to advanced topics such as Inheritance, Polymorphism, Templates, Exception handling, File handling, etc,

It will be a stepping stone for learning other technologies like Java, Ios, Windows phone programming, etc.

In today’s scenario, it is almost impossible for a budding programmer/developer to survive in the market without a solid foundation of Object-Oriented Programming in C++ concepts. There is no better option than to start with C++ for this purpose. Once you acquaint yourself with the aforesaid topics there won’t be any looking back.

The initial lectures explain the pillars of OOPs with the help of real-life examples.

The best part of this course is all the concepts have been elucidated in simple English language followed by example codes.  I humbly advise tall the students of all my courses to practice writing programs as much as they can.

Who this Object Oriented Programming in C++  course is for:

  1. Anyone who wants to grasp the concepts of Object-Oriented Programming
  2. It is a stepping stone for learning iOS, Android, and Windows Phone programming
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What Will You Learn?

  • able to write OOPs based programs in a confident and sleek manner.

Course Content

Object Oriented Programming with C++

  • Introducing Classes, Objects
    08:13
  • Class Properties, Methods, Members
    00:00
  • C++ Object Oriented Programming Tutorial
    00:00
  • Scope Resolution Operator
    00:00
  • Private Access Specifier
    00:00
  • Class Constructors
    00:00
  • Overloading Class Constructors
    00:00
  • Default Class Constructor Parameters
    00:00
  • Destructors in a Class
    00:00
  • C++ Destructors to Release Resources with example
    00:00
  • C++ Static Variables and Members in Class
    00:00
  • C++ Static Methods in Classes
    00:00
  • Friend Function
    00:00
  • Inheritance, Poly Morphism
    00:00
  • C++ Protected Access Modifier in Classes
    00:00
  • C++ Access Control and Inheritance
    00:00
  • Public Inheritance in C++
    00:00
  • Protected Inheritance in C++
    00:00
  • Private Inheritance in C++
    00:00
  • Changing Access Level of Base Class Members in Derived Class in C++
    00:00
  • Order of Execution of Constructors and Destructors in Inheritance in C++
    00:00
  • C++ Multiple Inheritance Explained
    00:00
  • C++ Calling and Passing Values to Base Class Constructor in Derived Class
    00:00
  • C++ Overriding Base Class Methods in Derived Class
    00:00
  • Accessing the Overridden Methods in C++
    00:00
  • C++ this Keyword
    00:00
  • C++ Calling Methods Using Base Class Type
    00:00
  • Polymorphism in C++ and Virtual Functions
    00:00
  • C++ Virtual Function
    00:00
  • C++ Pure Virtual Functions, Abstract Classes
    00:00
  • C++ Diamond problem in OOPS, Solution using Virtual Inheritance with Example
    00:00
  • Nested Classes or Inner classes in C++
    00:00
  • Local Classes in C++
    00:00
  • C++ Operator Overloading Introduction
    00:00
  • C++ Overloading “-” Operator
    00:00
  • Overloading Short Hand Operators
    00:00
  • Overloading Increment and Decrement Operators in Prefix form
    00:00
  • Overloading Increment and Decrement Operators in Postfix form
    00:00
  • Overloading Special [ ] C++ Array Subscript Operator
    00:00
  • Overloading C++ Function Call Operator ( )
    00:00
  • Overloading Arrow Operator
    00:00
  • Rules and Restrictions for Operator Overloading in C++
    00:00
  • Introduction to Exception Handling
    00:00
  • Available C++ Standard Exception Classes / Types and using them
    00:00
  • Multiple Catch Blocks
    00:00
  • Functions Throwing Exceptions
    00:00
  • C++ Nested Try Catch statements
    00:00
  • Creating Custom, User Defined Exception Class
    00:00
  • Overloading New and Delete Operators
    00:00
  • Overloading C++ Stream Insertion, Extraction Operators
    00:00
  • CPP Copy Constructor with Example
    00:00
  • C++ IO Stream
    00:00
  • Set and Unset Format Flags of IO streams
    00:00
  • Precision Fill Width parameters with C++ IO Streams
    00:00
  • C++ iomanip class
    00:00
  • Writing your own Manipulator function on C++ IO Streams
    00:00
  • String Class in C++
    00:00
  • C++ getline Function
    00:00
  • C++ File Handling
    00:00
  • Writing to a File in C++ using Ofstream Class
    00:00
  • Reading from a File using ifstream class
    00:00
  • fstream Class
    00:00
  • C++ File Position Indicators
    00:00
  • Binary Files in C++
    00:00
  • C++ Binary Files
    00:00
  • Stringstream in C++
    00:00
  • #include PreProcessor Directives in C++ Programming Video Tutorial
    00:00
  • #Define PreProcessor Directive
    00:00
  • Function like Macros
    00:00
  • if endif elif else Conditional Compilation Macros
    00:00
  • Conditional Compilation Macros
    00:00
  • #undef Pre Processor Directive
    00:00
  • C++ Predefined macros
    00:00
  • Generic Programming in C++ and Templates
    00:00
  • Multiple Parameters and Return Values
    00:00
  • Passing Standard Parameters to C++ Generic Functions
    00:00
  • Generic Functions with Multiple Generic Types
    00:00
  • Explicitly Overloading Generic Functions
    00:00
  • Overloading Generic Function Template
    00:00
  • Introduction to C++ Generic Classes
    00:00
  • C++ Generic Class with more than one Generic Type
    00:00
  • Default Data Types as Parameters to Generic Classes
    00:00
  • Explicit Specialisation of Generic Class
    00:00
  • Introduction to C++ Namespace
    00:00
  • C++ Nested Namespace
    00:00
  • UnNamed or Anonymous Namespaces in C++
    00:00
  • Nested UnNamed or Anonymous Namespaces
    00:00
  • C++ Namespace Aliases
    00:00
  • Inline Nested Namespace in C++
    00:00
  • Writing Classes in Separate Files using #define in C++
    00:00

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