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Phoenix TS

C++ Programming Training

This course will give you a new programming skill to add to your resume by learning C++.

Due to Covid-19 safety restrictions PhoenixTS will temporarily be unable to provide food to our students who attend class at our Training Center; however, our Break Areas are currently open where students will find a constant supply of Coffee, Tea and Water. Students may bring their own lunch and snacks to eat in our breakrooms or at their seat in the classroom or eat out at one of the many nearby restaurants.

Course Overview

Our 5-day, instructor-led C++ Programming Training course is designed to teach non-programmers the following:

  • About the core C features of C++
  • C++ class construct
  • About memory management, scope, and access control mechanisms
  • About Polymorphisms and virtual functions and inheritance

No previous programming experience is necessary.

Schedule

C++ Programming Training

date
location
price
2/21/22 - 2/25/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Tysons Corner, VA
Open
$2,190
2/28/22 - 3/04/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Online
Open
$2,190
2/28/22 - 3/04/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Columbia, MD
Open
$2,190
6/06/22 - 6/10/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Tysons Corner, VA
Open
$2,190
6/13/22 - 6/17/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Online
Open
$2,190
6/13/22 - 6/17/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Columbia, MD
Open
$2,190
9/19/22 - 9/23/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Tysons Corner, VA
Open
$2,190
9/26/22 - 9/30/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Online
Open
$2,190
9/26/22 - 9/30/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Columbia, MD
Open
$2,190
12/05/22 - 12/09/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Tysons Corner, VA
Open
$2,190
12/12/22 - 12/16/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Online
Open
$2,190
12/12/22 - 12/16/22 (5 days)

8:30AM - 4:30PM EST

Columbia, MD
Open
$2,190
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Course Outline

Classes

  • Creating a data structure
  • Methods
  • Object scope
  • C++ input and output
  • Namespaces
  • Data abstraction
  • Enforcing data encapsulation
  • File organization
  • Classes in C++
  • Objects
  • This pointer

Constructors and Destructors

  • Debug output
  • The default constructor
  • When are constructors called?
  • The destructor
  • The copy constructor
  • Other constructors
  • Why did it work before?
  • Composition
  • The report class
  • Code reuse
  • Initialization lists
  • Labs

Inheritance

  • Inheritance
  • Bugreport
  • Protected access modifier
  • Access and inheritance
  • Constructors and inheritance
  • Initialization lists revisited
  • Multiple inheritance
  • Labs

Virtual Functions

  • Inheritance and assignment
  • Inside report’s assignment operator
  • Using pointers – a quick look at basics
  • Class assignment and pointers
  • Class assignment and pointers – a picture
  • Static binding
  • Polymorphisim
  • The show_rep() function
  • Using the show_rep() function
  • Designing member function inheritance
  • Labs

Pure Virtual Functions

  • Bugfix and its relationship with bugreport
  • Bugfix: association with bugreport
  • Using bugfix with show_rep()
  • Adding bugfix to the hierarchy
  • Coding for the document class
  • Reexamining the document class
  • Pure virtual functions
  • Designing member function inheritance
  • Labs

References and Constants

  • References
  • Displaying references
  • Changing references
  • Pass by references
  • Returning by reference
  • Constant variables
  • Constant references
  • Constant methods
  • Labs

New And Delete

  • New and delete
  • Array allocation
  • The report class
  • Compiler version of the copy constructor
  • Guidelines for copy constructors
  • The report constructors and new
  • The report destructor and delete
  • Virtual destructors
  • Labs

Casting in C++

  • Casting: a review
  • New casting syntax
  • Creating a string class
  • The string class
  • The conversion constructor
  • Expanding our casting options
  • Casting operator
  • Using the casting operator
  • Labs

Class Methods and Data

  • Class data
  • Class methods
  • Using the new data
  • More on class methods
  • Labs

Overloaded Functions

  • Function overloading
  • Using overloaded functions
  • Rules for overloading
  • Overloading based on constness
  • Default arguments
  • Invoking functions with default arguments
  • Labs

Overloaded Operators

  • The basics of overloading
  • Overloading with operator =+
  • Coping with community
  • Non-cummutative operators
  • Friends and their problems
  • The assignment operator
  • Overloading the << Operator
  • Using date with cout
  • Labs

Exception Handling

  • Why exception handling?
  • try/catch/throw
  • Exception classes
  • Standard exception hierarchy
  • Multiple catch blocks
  • Catching everything
  • Unhandled exceptions
  • Exception in constructors and destructors
  • Designing for exceptions
  • Labs

Standard Template Library

  • Class template concepts
  • Standard template library (STL) overview
  • Containers
  • Iterators
  • Iterator syntax
  • Non-mutating sequential algorithms
  • mutating sequential algorithms
  • Sorting algorithms
  • Numeric algorithms
  • auto_ptr class
  • string class
  • Labs

STL Containers

  • Container classes
  • Container class algorithms
  • vector class
  • Additional vector class methods
  • deque class
  • list class
  • set and multiset classes
  • map and multimap classes
  • Labs

C++ Programming Training FAQs

Who should enroll in this course?

Professionals who benefit from C++ programming skills or individuals looking to being a programming career.

Due to Covid-19 safety restrictions PhoenixTS will temporarily be unable to provide food to our students who attend class at our Training Center; however, our Break Areas are currently open where students will find a constant supply of Coffee, Tea and Water. Students may bring their own lunch and snacks to eat in our breakrooms or at their seat in the classroom or eat out at one of the many nearby restaurants.

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