C++ Programming Mastery

Learn Coding within 4 months

C++ is a general-purpose Object-oriented programming language created by Bjarne Stroustrup as an extension of the C programming. C++ plays quite an integral role in modern times as many contemporary systems such as operating systems, web browsers, databases, etc. have C++ code in at least some part of their codebase. Moreover, C++ is quite useful in performance-critical areas because of its speed. C++ used in the design of  Databases, Operating systems, web browsers, and embedded systems.

Course Duration, Schedule & Fees :

~ Through this course, you became an expert C++ programmer in 4 months if you complete all assignments on time.
~ Weekend classes along with practice question paper, assignments, and online tests.
~ Course Fees: 500 INR/month.

Who can join this course?

– B.Tech, B.Sc.(CS), BCA, MCA Students having C++ in the semester or eager to step into object-oriented programming.
– Having prior knowledge of C programming is beneficial.


Course Module

1. Introduction to C++

  • History of C++ (C++ 98, C++ 03, C++ 11, C++ 14, C++ 17)
  • Why you should learn C++?
  • Write your first C++ program in Windows/ LINUX environment.
  • How your first program works. Explanation of each statement.
  • Comparison of C and C++
  • Basic Input and Output
  • Data types in C++
  • C++ identifier, Keywords, and Trigraphs
  • C++ operators
  • Branch and loop control Instructions
  • Use of break, continue, goto and switch statement

2.  C++ Functions and Preprocessors

  • Library Function and User-defined Function
  • Function Prototype
  • Passing Arguments and return type of a function
  • Library Function
  • User-defined Function
  • Inline functions
  • C++ Function Overloading
  • C++ Programming Default Arguments (Parameters)
  • C++ functions with different Storage Class
  • How Recursive function works in C++
  • C++ preprocessors
  • Macros and functions
  • Use of predefined macros

3.  C++ Arrays and Strings

  • Declare, Initialize and access array elements
  • Declare, Initialize and access multidimensional(2D, 3D) array elements
  • Passing One-dimensional and multidimensional Array to a Function
  • String operations and String object
  • Passing string to a function
  • Tokenizing a string using stringstream
  • Lexicographic operations on string


4.  C++ Structures

  • Declare a structure in C++ programming
  • Passing structure to a function
  • Returning structure from a function
  • Enumeration in C++

5.  C++ Class and Object

  • How to define class and objects in C++?
  • Access of class member variables and member functions.
  • Use of access specifier (public, private)
  • C++ Constructors and how it works
  • Destructors
  • Constructor overloading
  • Passing and returning objects from a function
  • Operator overloading

6. C++ Pointers

  • Null pointer, Pointer Arithmetic
  • Array of pointers, pointer to pointer
  • Passing a pointer to function, return a pointer from a function

7. C++ References

  • Pointer and references
  • References as parameter
  • Return by reference

8. Dynamic Memory Management

  • Dynamic Memory Management using heap space.
  • Use of new and delete operator
  • Comparative study of new () and malloc() , delete() and free()

9. Date and Time Handling in C++

  • Use of header in C++
  • Function and purpose of date and time handling methods.

10. Inheritance in C++

  • Why OOP uses Inheritance
  • Implementation of Inheritance in C++
  • Access specifies in Inheritance
  • Function Overriding and access methods
  • Types of inheritance and explanation
  • Multiple inheritance and ambiguity
  • Compile time Polymorphism (Function and Operator overloading)
  • Runtime polymorphism (Function overriding)
  • Friend function and Friend class
  • Virtual function
  • Abstract class and Pure virtual Function

11. C++ Templates

  • Function template and Class template
  • C++ programs using Function Template
  • C++ programs using Class Template

12. C++ Signal Handling and Multithreading

  • C++ Signals
  • Working of signal( ) and raise( )
  • C++ threads
  • Passing argument to thread

13.  C++ STL

  • C++ Standard Template Library
  • STL components
  • C++ programming with STL

14.  C++ Standard Library

  • Study of Standard Function Library
  • Study of Object-Oriented Class Library