C & C++ Training
Any education board in Gujarat (India) includes programming language courses in their secondary school education syllabus. Secondary education is considered foundation for individual student’s career. Concept of C, C++, Java, SQL (RDBMS), Unix/Linux/Ubantu courses are part of computer subject syllabus in Gujarat. C Programming language is recognized worldwide and is the simple yet more powerful language in the world.
C Programming - 22 hours
- Introduction to programming & Basics of C: Process of compilation, Generation of languages, Basic features of C Language like Identifier, Keywords, Variable, data types, Operators and Expression. Basic screen and keyboard I/O
- Control Statements: Test Conditions, Conditional execution and selection, Iteration and Repetitive Executions, Nested loops.
- Arrays: Introduction to contiguous data types. One dimensional arrays, multidimensional arrays, Array as strings, multidimensional character arrays. Operations on strings.
- Functions: Concept of modular programming, Using functions, Scope of data, Recursive functions. Command line arguments.
- Pointers: Need of pointer, Types and uses of pointer, Array and Pointers, Pointers and strings, Pointer to Pointer, Pointers and functions, other aspect of pointers.
- User Defined Data Types: Introduction to structures, usage of structure, nested structures, Union and its usage, Enumeration types, bit fields.
- Files: Types of files, working with files, usage of file management functions.
- Linked List: Introduction to dynamic memory allocation, singly link list, operations on singly link list.
- Other features of C: Bitwise operators and its usage, C Pre-processor statements.
C++ Programming - 22 hours
- Object Oriented Concepts : Object Oriented Development; The Object Modeling Technique ; Objects and Classes; Links and Associations; Advanced Link and Association Concepts; Generalization and Inheritance; Grouping Constructs; Aggregation; Abstract Classes: Generalization as Extension and Restriction; Multiple Inheritance; Metadata; Candidate Keys; Constraints
- Object Oriented Programming Style and Languages : Object-Oriented Style; Reusability; Extensibility; Robustness; Class Definitions; Creating Objects; Calling operations; Using Inheritance; Implementing Associations; Object-Oriented Language Features
- Object Oriented Languages : An Example : Basic Programming; Output Using count; Preprocessor Directives; Comments;; Integer Variables; Character Variables; Input with cin; Type float; Manipulators; Type Conversion; Arithmetic Operators; Library Functions; Relational Operators; Loops; Decisions; Logical Operators; Precedence; Other Control Statements; Structures; Enumerated Data Types; Simple Functions; Passing Arguments to Functions; Returning Values from Functions; Reference Arguments; Overloaded Functions; Inline Functions; Default Arguments; Variable and Storage Classes; A Simple Class; Objects as Physical Objects & as Data Types; Constructors; Objects as Function Arguments; returning Objects from Functions; Structures and Classes; Classes, Objects, and Memory; Static Class Data; Array Fundamentals; Arrays as Class Member Data; Arrays of Objects; Strings; Operator Overloading : Overloading Binary Operators; Overloading Binary operators; Data conversion; Inheritance : Derived Class and Base Class; Derived Class Constructors; Overriding Member Functions; Inheritance in the English Distance Class; Class Hierarchies; Public and Private Inheritance; Levels of Inheritance; Multiple Inheritance; Containership : Classes within Classes; Addresses and Pointers; Pointers and Arrays; Pointers and Functions; Pointers and Strings; Memory Management : new and delete; Pointers to Objects; Pointers to Pointers; Debugging Pointers; Virtual Function; Friend Functions; Static Functions; Assignment and Copy-Initialization; The this Pointer; Streams; String I/O; character I/O; Object I/O; I/O with Multiple Objects; File Pointers; Disk I/O with Member Functions; Error Handling; Redirection; Command-Line Arguments; Printer Output; Overloading the Extraction and Insertion Operations; Multi-File-Programs; Using the Project Feature