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Illustrating OOP with C++ certification course

OOP and C++ Programming

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£99 inc VAT
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3 hours
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This course is for programmers and No prior coding expertise is required for this course. It makes no difference if you've never created a program before or if you've never heard of programming. Everything will be different after this class. Problem-solving abilities, algorithms, and solid basics are all heavily emphasized. Furthermore, the emphasis of this course will be on ensuring that you have completed a significant amount of coding by the conclusion.


2h 58m

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You'll be exposed to a wide range of topics and concepts, ranging from very simple to very difficult. The course has been created with the needs of beginners in mind. The course begins with the principles of reasoning and problem solving. Students' problem-solving skills will be enhanced through the use of C++ in this course. With the help of tasks ranging from easy to intermediate to expert level, the course takes a step-by-step approach to help students fall in love with programming and fire their enthusiasm for coding. This course will provide you with all of the necessary essentials. You will quickly and easily learn how to program in C++! This course will provide you with a hands-on introduction to C++. The curriculum is aimed to help students become effective in programming. You will acquire theory as well as a great deal of practical experience. Throughout the course, we will develop numerous programs that will help you become a better programmer. C++ is about more than simply syntax. OOP is a game-changing advancement in the software industry. We teach C++ subjects from a theoretical, rather than a coding, perspective. The capacity to design computer programs that interact with users in the real world has been transformed thanks to OOP and C++. It will be much easier to go on to other languages once you have mastered the C++ programming language. We begin with fundamental approaches and broad characteristics before delving deeper. We ensure that your learning never stops by adding new content on a regular basis.

  • Creating a Simple Class - In this section you will learn C++ is the fundamental building block of Object-Oriented programming. It's a user-defined data type with its own set of data members and member functions that can be accessed and used by establishing a class instance.
  • Creating Array of Objects - In this topic you will see the individual components of the array of type class are the objects of the class. As a result, an array of objects is sometimes known as an array of class types. An array of objects is declared similarly to any other built-in data type array.
  • Nesting Member Functions - In this section you will learn without utilising the dot operator, a member function can call another member function of the same class directly. This is referred to as member function nesting. Member functions can be nested. You're aware that a class's public members can only be accessed by the class's object when using the dot operator.
  • Default Constructor - Here you will learn constructors are class functions that are called whenever a new object of the class is created. The constructors are named after the class and have no return type, including void. They are generally used to provide initial values for class variables.
  • Parameterised Constructor - In this lesson you will learn C++, a parameterized function Object() { [native code] } is a type of method that is instantiated as soon as an object is created. Parametrized constructors, on the other hand, are a specific form of function Object() { [native code] } in which an object is generated and additional parameters are supplied to different objects.
  • Hybrid Inheritance - In this section you will hybrid inheritance refers to inheritance in which a class is derived from many forms or combinations of inheritance. In C++, hybrid inheritance is also known as multipath inheritance, because a derived class can inherit properties from the base class in multiple ways.

Who is this course for?

  • Rather than needing to start from scratch, you can develop the programs from standard functional modules that communicate with one another.
  • The modern tech claims to increase programmer efficiency, improve software quality, and reduce maintenance costs.
  • You can minimize duplicate code and increase the use of existing classes by using inheritance.
  • You can collect more information of the model in an implementable form using the data-centered design technique.
  • From tiny to complex networks, OOP systems can be simply upgraded.


  • No prior coding knowledge is necessary to learn this course. The course is intended for beginners.
  • Any computer with windows or macOS will work.

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