C & C++ Training

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C Programming

First steps

  •  How C became
  • Getting to know the GNU C compiler
  • The basic anatomy of a C program

Data types, operators and expressions (the basics)

  • Base data types and their sizes
  • Constants and declarations
  •  Variable names
  • Arithmetic operators
  • Relational and logical operators
  • Increment and decrement operators
  •  Increment and decrement operators
  • Assignment operators
  • Expressions
  • Operator precedence
  •  Casting and type conversion

Program flow control

  •  if – else
  • switch
  • while , do-while and for-loops
  • Statements and blocks


  •  Functions and function prototypes
  • Returning values from functions
  •  External variables and scope rules
  •  Static variables
  •  call by value and recursion

Pointers and arrays

  • Pointers and addresses
  • Pointers as arguments to functions
  • Arrays
  • The relationship of pointers and arrays
  • Pointer arithmetic
  • How C deals with multi-dimensional arrays
  •  Arrays of pointers – their uses and initialization
  • Strings and string functions


  • Fundamentals of structures
  • Passing structures as arguments to functions
  • Returning structures as return values from functions
  • Arrays of structures
  •  Pointers to structures
  •  Using pointers to structures to pass values to a function and return values from a function
  • Typedef and its uses in developing well structured and maintainable code

An introduction to data structures and algorithms

  • Sorting arrays of records
  •  Allocating and freeing memory (malloc and free)
  • Linked lists and queues
  • Indexing (table lookup, binary trees, hashing)


  •  Standard input and standard output
  •  Formatted output – printf
  •  Formatted input – scanf
  • File access and file I/O

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C++ Programming

Introducing C++

  • Some Remarks about Programming
  • The Origins of C++
  • Very Simple Input, Output and Assignment
  • Simple Flow of Control

Variables, Types and Expressions


Data Types

  • Integers
  • Type Casting
  • Characters
  • Strings
  • User Defined Data Types

Some Tips on Formatting Real Number Output

Declarations, Constants and Enumerations

  • Enumerations
  • Where to put Constant and Variable Declarations

Assignments and Expressions

  • Shorthand Arithmetic Assignment Statements
  • Boolean Expressions and Operators
  • Constructors, Assignment, and Destructor

 Functions and Procedural Abstraction

  • The Need for Sub-programs
  • User-defined Functions
  • Value and Reference Parameters

Reference Parameters

  • Polymorphism and Overloading
  • Procedural Abstraction and Good Programming Style
  • Splitting Programs into Different Files

Files and Streams

  • Why Use Files?
  • Streams
  • Creating Streams
  • Connecting and Disconnecting Streams to Files
  • Checking for Failure with File Commands
  • Character Input and Output
  • Input using “get()”
  • Output using “put()”
  • The “putback()” Function
  • Checking for the End of an Input File
  • Streams as Arguments in Functions
  • Input and Output Using “>>” and “<<“

Branch and Loop Statements

  • Boolean Values, Expressions and Functions
  • “For”, “While” and “Do … While” Loops
  • Multiple Selection and Switch Statements
  • Blocks and Scoping
  • A Remark about Nested Loop Statements

Arrays and Strings

  • The Basic Idea and Notation
  • Declaring an array
  • Assignment Statements and Expressions with Array Elements
  • Arrays as Parameters in Functions
  • Sorting Arrays
  • Two-dimensional Arrays
  • Strings
  • The Sentinel String Character ”
  • String Variable Declarations and Assignments
  • Some Predefined String Functions
  • String Input using “getline()”


  • Introducing Pointers
  • Assignments with Pointers Using the Operators “*” and “&”
  • The “new” and “delete” operators, and the constant “NULL”
  • Array Variables and Pointer Arithmetic
  • Dynamic Arrays
  • Linked Lists
  • The “.” and “->” Operators
  • Creating a Linked List


  • A Simple Example
  • The Mechanics of a Recursive Call
  • Recursion and Iteration

Classes and OOPS


  • Simple Inheritance
  • Multilevel Inheritance
  • Multiple Inheritance


  • Binding of Data and Functions



  •  Overloading
  • Overloading functions
  • Early Binding versus Late Binding

 File Handling

  •  Standard input and standard output
  •  File access and file I/O

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