Modern C++

Eligibility: BE, B.Tech, ME, M.Tech

Intermediate

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C++ Certification Course

Description

Cranes Varsity is here to help you do just that with our Embedded C programming course. It’s time to take your C programming skills to the next level.

Candidates for embedded system certification will also be given the information necessary to enhance their capacity to design at the systems level and their approach via integrated projects. The certification aims to improve your knowledge, working efficiency, and competitiveness.

Do you want to make your career in IT? C++ Certification Course is the right place for you!

This course will help you learn how to write programs using C++. It’s a great way to get started in the world of software development. C++ is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. It’s used to develop everything from video games to operating systems, and it’s essential if you want to be a successful programmer.

C++ Online Course with Certificate is designed to be taken by anyone with a basic understanding of programming and computer science concepts. You’ll learn how to write in C++, including variables, loops, and input/output functions. The course will also teach you about object-oriented programming, so you can start building your own programs in C++.

Features of C++

  • To gain an understanding of Object-Oriented Programming using C++ features and their uses in developing applications.
  • Understand the internals of C++ programming
  • To give participants the confidence to apply these concepts to their next C++ project.

C++ Certification Course Content (Syllabus)

  • Strict type Checking of C++.
  • Compulsory return type.
  • The compulsory return value in non-void functions.
  • Compulsory Function Declaration / Prototyping.
  • Function Overloading
  • Polymorphism: Compile time Polymorphism using Function Overloading.
  • Default Arguments
  • Ambiguity in Function Overloading
  • Inline Functions
  • Comparison: Inline Function and Macro with Arguments.
  • Function Pointer
  • Call back Functions
  • Modern C++ Features
  • Lambda
  • Argument Passing  to Lambda
  • Returning Value from Lambda
  • Lambda Capture Clause –
  • Capture by Read-only and
  • Capture by Reference

  • Function Template – Writing Generic Functions
  • Template Instantiation
  • Overloading a Function Template
  • Template vs Macros
  • C++ Algorithms

 

  • Swap
  • Min
  • Max
  • Sort
  • Sort – Custom Sorting using Predicate Function (Call back)
  • Sort – Custom Sorting Using Lambda
  • max_element
  • min_element
  • Find
  • Find_if – using Predicate Function and using Lambda
  • binary_search
  • Count
  • Count_if – using Predicate Function and using Lambda
  • Copy – (memcpy vs copy will be discussed after the concept of Constructor)
  • fill- (memset vs fill will be discussed after the concept of Constructor)

  • Defining Classes
  • Defining Member: Data Members and Member Functions
  • Access Specifier
  • Defining Member Functions Outside the class
  • Creating Object
  • Accessing Members using Object.
  • Memory allocation of objects
  • This Pointer
  • Implementation of Encapsulation, Abstraction and Data Hiding.

  • Constructor
  • Need for a Constructor
  • Types of Constructors 

 

  • Default Constructor
  • Parameterized Constructor
  • Copy Constructor

 

  • Destructor
  • Dynamic Memory allocation using new And delete
  • Shallow Copy And Deep Copy
  • Copy Constructor
  • Explicit Specifier 
  • Use of Valgrind utility to understand memory leakage.  
  • Writing programs to avoid memory leaks by writing appropriate code in destructors.
  • Lvalue and Rvalue Reference – Revisit
  • Move Constructor
  • Move Assignment Operator
  • Deleted Functions

  • Constructor
  • Need for a Constructor
  • Types of Constructors 

 

  • Default Constructor
  • Parameterized Constructor
  • Copy Constructor

 

  • Destructor
  • Dynamic Memory allocation using new And delete
  • Shallow Copy And Deep Copy
  • Copy Constructor
  • Explicit Specifier 
  • Use of Valgrind utility to understand memory leakage.  
  • Writing programs to avoid memory leaks by writing appropriate code in destructors.
  • Lvalue and Rvalue Reference – Revisit
  • Move Constructor
  • Move Assignment Operator
  • Deleted Functions

 

  • Static Data Members
  • Difference between Static Members and Global Members
  • Static Member Functions
  • The correct way to Access Static Member Functions.
  • Const Members
  • Usage Of Initializer List for Const and Reference Members
  • Const Member Functions
  • Mutable type specifier

  • Operator Overloading
  • Rules of Overloading 
  • Overloading Unary and Binary Operators

 

  • Overloading Arithmetic Operator
  • Overloading Relation Operator
  • Overloading = Operator 
  • Overloading >> (extraction) and << (insertion) Operators

 

  • Operators that cannot be overloaded
  • Operators that can be overloaded only using Member Functions.

 

STL algorithms revisit:

  • Sort: Sorting of user-defined (class) type objects.
  • Max, max_element 
  • Find
  • Fill – Understand the difference between memset and fill
  • Copy – Understand the difference between memcpy and copy

  • Smart Pointers: 
  • Unique_ptr 

 

  • Transfer Ownership using move
  • Deleted Functions – Copy Constructor and Assignment Operator
  • Release/Delete the object using the reset
  • Make_unique

 

  • shared_ptr 

 

  • Number of references using use_count
  • Release the object using reset.

  • Inheritance [Generalization]
  • What Is Inheritance and its Needs
  • Access Modes Of Inheritance
  • Types Of Inheritance
  • Single and Multilevel
  • Constructor And Destructor in Inheritance
  • Passing parameters to base-class constructors from a derived class constructor.

 

  • Describe Binding
  • Purpose of going for run time polymorphism
  • Virtual Functions
  • Using Virtual function to implement dynamic binding
  • Using Virtual function and inheritance to achieve late binding
  • VTABLE
  • Virtual destructors
  • Pure virtual function
  • Abstract classes

  • Modern C++ Features 

 

  • Explicit overrides 
  • Restricting a class from further inheritance using final. 
  • Restricting a function from further overriding using final. 

  • Understand what is an exception
  • Handling exceptions using try and catch block
  • Raise an exception.
  • Raising an exception from catch block – rethrow
  • Generic Exception
  • Built-in exceptions

  • Define RTTI 
  • Runtime type-identification using type ID
  • Using type ID with reference types 
  • Casting operators 

 

  • Static Cast 
  • Dynamic Cast 
  • Const Cast 
  • Reinterpret Cast 

    • Template Classes
  • Sequence Containers: 

 

  • Vector

 

  • Insertion and Deletion at rear
  • Iterator to Vectors
  • Traversing Elements of Vector 

 

  • Traversing using traditional for loop
  • Traversing using Range-based for loop
  • Traversing  using Iterators

 

  • Arithmetic and Relational Operators support with vector
  • Insert/Delete an element  in between
  • Vectors with Class Types
  • Using vectors with STL algorithms  

 

  • List

 

  • Insertion and Deletion at front and rear
  • Iterator to List
  • Traversing Elements of List

 

  • Traversing using Range-based for loop
  • Traversing  using Iterators

 

  • Arithmetic and Relational Operators support with a list
  • Insert/Delete an element  in between
  • Lists with Class Types
  • Using Lists with STL algorithms
  • STL algorithms which can be used with List
  • STL algorithms cannot be used with List and the reason for it.

 

Associative Containers: 

  • Set, Multiset
  • Map, multimap

 

Container Adapters: 

  • Stack
  • Queue
  • Priority Queue

 

Modern C++ Containers

  • Forward_list
  • Unordered_set, unordered_multiset 
  • Unordered_map, unordered_multimap

 

  • Stream Objects Types : ifstream, ofstream, fstream
  • Opening a file
  • Reading data from file
  • Writing data to file
  • Get and Put Stream Positioning :seekg, tellg, seekp tellp
  • Working with Binary files: read and write

  • Thread Creation
  • Thread creation using global function
  • Thread creation using member function
  • Waiting for a thread to complete
  • Argument passing to the thread by value
  • Argument passing to the thread by reference (ref)
  • Multiple threads running parallel
  • Data sharing and Race Condition
  • Fixing Race condition using Mutex
  • Lock_guard
  • Future and Promise

 

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By  joining to embedded course candidate will get learn C++ after completion he will get a certificate.

Yes, you can get a job with a C++ certificate. In fact, C++ is a great language to know if you’re looking for a job in the tech industry. It is powerful, versatile, and widely used in both desktop and enterprise applications. If you’re looking to make a career change or are just starting out in your programming career, a C++ certificate is a great way to get started.

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