C++ OOP : Object Oriented Programming in C++
Learn Object Oriented Programming in C++
This "C++ OOP : Object Oriented Programming in C++" course provides good understanding of object oriented concepts and implementation in C++.
Why learn Object Oriented C++
- Preferred language for Telecom/Embedded/System Software Solution
- Enrich your Object Oriented C++ skills
- Implement/Understand Object Oriented C++ techniques
- Better Development/Maintenance
- Flexible and Extensible software design
- Well prepared for interview
Design and development of a product requires great understanding of implementation language. The complexity of real world application requires the use of strength of language to provide robust, flexible and efficient solution. C++ provides the Object Oriented capability and lot of rich features to stand with changing demand of current world application requirement.
This course is first one in my C++ Design and Development course series-
- C++ OOP : Object Oriented Programming for C++ Projects
- Design Patterns In C++
This "C++ OOP : Object Oriented C++ Programming" tutorial explains the Object Oriented features of C++ programming in step-wise manner. All the topics have been explained in simple way. You will also see the demonstration of source code implementation for each topic. This course will improve the C++ programming skills of developers who have basic understanding of C++. You will learn Object Oriented features of C++ programming which will help in providing efficient solution for software projects.
The "C++ OOP : Object Oriented Programming in C++" course covers following object oriented C++ topics used in software development :
- Classes and Objects
- Inheritance, Composition, Polymorphism
- Abstract Class
- Operator Overloading
This C++ OOP course will be expanded whenever need arise to add any other topic required to learn Object Orientation.
Course will be updated with adding new topics and existing topics will be provided in detail to have good understanding of Object Oriented features of C++ programming to build the technical strength and shape your career.
In this "C++ OOP : Object Oriented Programming in C++" course, I have used Free Visual Studio IDE, you can use any other C++ development environment.
This "C++ OOP : Object Oriented Programming in C++" online course will be great help to developers for learning Object Oriented C++ programming concepts. Also it will be a good complement to any book/tutorial.
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Industry experience of 18+ years.
Worked on system side includes driver, compiler, linker, debugger, IDE, System Utilities, system management.
Worked on architecture and design of various products and tools.
Author of popular books on C language "C In Depth" and on Data Structures "Data Structures Through C In Depth", loved by 350,000+ students.
C In Depth
S K Srivastava, Deepali Srivastava
Data Structures Through C In Depth
S K Srivastava, Deepali Srivastava
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PreviewClass, Object, Access Specifiers, accessing data members and functions (6:01)
PreviewDemo for Class, Object, Access Specifiers, accessing data members and functions (6:48)
StartDynamic Allocation (new and delete operator) (9:44)
StartInline function (5:07)
StartParameterized Constructor (5:00)
StartOverloading Functions (7:40)
StartOverloading Constructor (7:58)
StartInitialization List (3:27)
Startthis Pointer (4:53)
StartCopy Constructor (6:45)
StartNested Classes (7:22)
StartStatic Members (11:19)
StartFriend Function (8:22)
StartFriend Class (9:34)
StartDefault Arguments (10:10)
StartExecution sequence of Constructor and Destructor in Inheritance (2:15)
StartCalling Base Class Constructor (12:26)
StartMulti Level Inheritance (8:30)
StartPolymorphism and virtual function (11:25)
StartProtected Access (14:02)
StartInheriting Multiple Classes and Virtual Base Class (6:35)
StartVirtual Destructor (3:11)