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C++ is a middle-level programming language developed by Bjarne Stroustrup starting in 1979 at Bell Labs. C++ runs on a variety of platforms, such as Windows, Mac OS, and the various versions of UNIX. This tutorial adopts a simple and practical approach to describe the concepts
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C++ is a middle-level programming language developed by Bjarne Stroustrup starting in 1979 at Bell Labs. C++ runs on a variety of platforms, such as Windows, Mac OS, and the various versions of UNIX. This tutorial adopts a simple and practical approach to describe the concepts of C++.
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INTRODUCTION TO ‘C’ LANGUAGE

  •    CHARACTER SET
       VARIABLES AND IDENTIFIERS
       BUILT-IN DATA TYPES
       VARIABLE DEFINITION
       ARITHMETIC OPERATORS AND EXPRESSIONS
       CONSTANTS AND LITERALS
       SIMPLE ASSIGNMENT STATEMENT
       BASIC INPUT/OUTPUT STATEMENT
       SIMPLE ‘C’ PROGRAMS.

CONDITIONAL STATEMENTS AND LOOPS

   DECISION MAKING WITHIN A PROGRAM
   CONDITIONS | RELATIONAL OPERATORS
   LOGICAL CONNECTIVES
   IF STATEMENT
   IF-ELSE STATEMENT
   LOOPS: WHILE LOOP, DO WHILE, FOR LOOP. NESTED LOOPS, INFINITE LOOPS
   SWITCH STATEMENT
   STRUCTURED PROGRAMMING.

ARRAYS

  •    ONE DIMENSIONAL ARRAYS: ARRAY MANIPULATION
       SEARCHING |INSERTION
       DELETION OF AN ELEMENT FROM AN ARRAY
       FINDING THE LARGEST/SMALLEST ELEMENT IN AN ARRAY
       TWO DIMENSIONAL ARRAYS
       ADDITION/MULTIPLICATION OF TWO MATRICES
       TRANSPOSE OF A SQUARE MATRIX
       NULL TE01LINATED STRINGS AS ARRAY OF CHARACTERS
       REPRESENTATION SPARSE MATRICES.

FUNCTIONS

  •    TOP-DOWN APPROACH OF PROBLEM SOLVING
       MODULAR PROGRAMMING AND FUNCTIONS
       STANDARD LIBRARY OF C FUNCTIONS
       PROTOTYPE OF A FUNCTION: FOO1LAL PARAMETER LIST
       RETURN TYPE
       FUNCTION CALL
       BLOCK STRUCTURE
       PASSING ARGUMENTS TO A FUNCTION: CALL BY REFERENCE
       CALL BY VALUE
       RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS
       ARRAYS AS FUNCTION ARGUMENTS.

STRUCTURES AND UNIONS

  •    STRUCTURE VARIABLES
       INITIALIZATION
       STRUCTURE ASSIGNMENT
       NESTED STRUCTURE
       STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS
       STRUCTURES AND ARRAYS:ARRAYS OF STRUCTURES
       STRUCTURES CONTAINING ARRAYS
       UNIONS.

POINTERS

  •    ADDRESS OPERATORS
       POINTER TYPE DECLARATION
       POINTER ASSIGNMENT
       POINTER INITIALIZATION
       POINTER ARITHMETIC
       FUNCTIONS AND POINTERS
       ARRAYS AND POINTERS
       POINTER ARRAYS.

FILE PROCESSING

  •    CONCEPT OF FILES
       FILE OPENING IN VARIOUS MODES AND CLOSING OF A FILE
       READING FROM A FILE
       WRITING ONTO A FILE

 

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INTRODUCTION

  •    WHAT IS C++?
       WHY C++?
       C AND C++
       EXCEPTION HANDLING
       OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
       STANDARD TEMPLATE LIBRARY

 

TYPES AND DECLARATION

  •    TYPES | BOOLEANS
       INTEGER TYPES
       FLOATING-POINT TYPES
       SIZES
       VOID
       ENUMERATIONS
       DECLARATIONS

POINTERS, ARRAYS AND STRUCTURES

  •    POINTERS
       ARRAYS
       POINTERS INTO ARRAYS
       CONSTANTS
       REFERENCES
       POINTERS TO VOID STRUCTURES

 

EXPRESSIONS AND STATEMENTS

  •    A DECK CALCULATOR
       OPERATOR SUMMARY
       STATEMENT SUMMARY
       COMMENTS AND INDENTATION

 FUNCTIONS

  •    FUNCTION DECLARATIONS
        ARGUMENT PASSING
       VALUE RETURN
       OVERLOADED FUNCTION NAMES
       DEFAULT ARGUMENTS
       POINTER TO FUNCTION
       MACROS

NAMESPACES AND EXCEPTIONS

  •     NAMESPACES
       EXCEPTIONS

SOURCE FILES AND PROGRAMS

  •    SEPARATE COMPILATION
       LINKAGE
       USING HEADER FILES
       PROGRAMS

CLASSES

  •    CLASSES
       ACCESS CONTROL
       CONSTRUCTORS
       MEMBER FUNCTIONS
       STATIC MEMBERS
       DESTRUCTORS
       MEMORY ALLOCATION
       MEMBER INITIALIZATION.

 OPERATOR OVERLOADING   

  •    INTRODUCTION
       OPERATOR FUNCTIONS
       A COMPLETE NUMBER TYPE
       CONVERSION OPERATORS
       FRIENDS
       LARGE OBJECTS
       ESSENTIAL OPERATORS
       SUBSCRIPTING
       FUNCTIONS CALLS
       DEREFERENCING
       INCREMENT AND DECREMENT
       A STRING CLASS.

DERIVED CLASS

  •    INTRODUCTION
       DERIVED CLASSES
       ABSTRACT CLASSES
       DESIGN OF CLASS HIERARCHIES
       CLASS HIERARCHIES AND ABSTRACT CLASSES.

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