Untitled Document
C/C++

C/C++ course provides a thorough introduction to the C/C++ programming language. C/C++ course is designed for undergraduate and graduate students in science, social science and engineering programs who need to learn fundamental programming skills quickly but not in great depth.


C and C++ Course Content

“ C ” Language

  1. Introduction to “ C ” Language
    • Data types
    • Indentation
      1. If else
    • Operators
    • The “WHILE” Loop
    • The “For “ Loop
    • Nested Loop Statements
    • The “BREAK” & “CONTINUE” Statement
      1. Switch case default & break
    • Bitwise operators
  2. Functions
    • Introduction to Functions
    • Need for Functions
    • Standard & User defined Functions
    • What is header file
    • How to create our own header file
    • Difference between source file & exe file
    • How to create exe file
    • Defining & Calling Functions
    • Storage Classes
      1. Automatic Storage Classes
      2. Register Storage Classes
      3. Static Storage Classes
      4. External Storage Classes
    • Pass by Value, pass by Reference
    • Return by value & return by address
    • Recursive Functions
  3. Pointers
    • Memory concept
    • Pointers to variable
    • Pointers to pointers
    • Pointers with operation
  4. Arrays
    • Introduction to Arrays
    • Need for Arrays
    • Arrays with pointers
    • Arrays with functions
    • Types of Arrays
    • One Dimensional Arrays
    • Two Dimensional Arrays
    • Multi Dimensional Arrays
  5. Strings
    • Char pointers
    • Char array (String)
    • Declaring & Initializing String Variables
    • Strings with pointers
    • Strings with functions
    • String Functions
    • Creation of our own string.h
    • Array of Strings
    • #define (preprocessing work)
  6. Structures, Unions, Enumandtypedef
    • Enum and typedef
    • Introduction to Structures
    • Defining Structures
    • Struct with pointers , arrays, strings and functions
    • Array ,strings as Structures Members
    • Containership
    • Union, Different between Structure & Union
  7. Graphics Programming
    • In text Mode
    • In Graphics Mode
  8. File Operations
    • Introduction to files
    • Types of Files
    • File Pointers
    • Opening & Closing Files
    • Modifying & deleting Files
    • Interacting with
      1. text files (ex: .txt, .c, .cpp)
      2. non text files (ex: .dat, .mpg, .avi, .mp3)
      3. data base files
    • Creating database with file operation
    • Command Line Arguments
  9. Dynamic memory allocation ( DS )
    • Purpose of dynamic memory allocation
    • Malloc ,calloc ,realloc and free
    • Sorting
    • Recursion
    • Lists
    • Single linked lists
    • Double linked lists
    • Circular linked lists
    • Stacks
    • Queues
    • Adding 2 lists
    • Inserting a node in required position
    • Deleting a node from required position

“ C++ ” Language

  1. Introduction to “ C++ ” Programming
    • Oops
    • Function Prototypes
    • Comments
    • Typecasting
    • Void Pointers
    • The :: operator
    • The Const Qualifier
    • Reference variables
  2. Functions
    • Function Prototypes
    • Function Overloading
    • Default Arguments in Functions
    • Call by value, address & reference
    • Return by value, by address & By reference
    • Inline Functions
  3. Classes in C++
    • Member function
    • Function Definition Outside The Class
    • Classes and Constructors
    • Destructors
    • Copy Constructor
    • The this Pointer
    • New and delete Operators
    • Using new and delete
    • Malloc( ) / free ( ) versus new/delete
    • Classes, Objects and Memory
    • Structures vs. Classes
  4. Miscellaneous Class Issues
    • Static Class Data
    • Static Member Functions
    • Data Conversion
    • Friend functions & friend Classes
    • Data Conversion between Objects of Different Classes
  5. Overloading operators
    • Introduction
    • Overloading assignment operator
    • Overloading ++, --, +, -, *, /,<,> …. & Logical operators
    • Overloading operators between different objects
    • Overloading << and >> (stream operators)
  6. Inheritance
    • Constructors in Inheritance
    • Private Inheritance
    • Protected Inheritance
    • Functions That Are Not inherited
    • Virtual Function
      1. Pure virtual functions
    • Virtual Functions in Derived Classes
    • Virtual Functions and Constructors
    • Destructors and virtual Destructors
    • Virtual Base Classes
    • Abstract class
    • Abstract base class
  7. Advanced Features
    • Classes Within Classes
    • Friend Functions
    • Friend classes
    • Overloading << and >>
  8. Input / Output In C++ (File operations)
    • Manipulators
    • File I/O with Streams
    • Opening and closing files
    • Creating database with file Operation
    • Binary I/O
    • Elementary Database Management
    • Interacting with
      1. Text files (ex: .txt, .c, .cpp)
      2. Non-text files (ex: .dat, .mpg, .avi, .mp3)
    • Creating database with file operation
  9. New Advanced Features
    • Templates
    • Function templates
    • Class templates
    • Exception handling
    • Namespaces
    • RTTI (Runtime type information)
    • STL (Standard Template library)
    • Dynamic cast operator
    • Typeid operator
    • Typeinfo class
  10. Data Structures with C++
    • Sorting
    • Recursion
    • Lists
    • Single linked lists
    • Double linked lists
    • Circular linked lists
    • Traversing of linked lists
    • Stacks
    • Queues
    • Adding 2 lists
    • Inserting a node in required position
    • Deleting a node from required position
Untitled Document
Get In Touch
Testimonials

"He is excellent in everything and is productive, he likes to take challenges. He is trustworthy and responsible. He is too much serious in his work. His nature, attitude, behavior is also good. I liked to work with him."


-- Vishal Singh, Noida

"Vijay Sir, is a highly organized, goal oriented, independent and hard working perfectionist always ready to put all their energy and stamina to get the job done. Well educated and energetic. Is able to work in a fast-paced environment."


-- Saurabh Parashar, Delhi
Contact Us

Copyright@logiquemantra technologies

Number of Visitors 8437 hits

Home | About Us | Services | Training | Portfolio | Blog | Contact Us