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C C++ Training Institutes in Bangalore

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Numerous mainstream games and big sharks like Facebook are looking for C C++ trained professionals to optimize their application performance. C, C++ are multifaceted complex programming languages that require lots of codes and memory management skills. However, with adequate guidance from the wizards of this pitch, you can master them within no time. Resource-intensive applications like graphics for games are built using the intricacies of C, C++, as this framework is highly scalable. If you think JAVA is taking over C C++ in terms of speed, then expert opinion says a different story. A proficient C C++ developer can outrun the speed of JAVA and all you need to do is to construct sound knowledge in the subject. This dynamic framework also gives you the advantage to control resources, which means that you can utilize very minimum resources for the development and running of apps. 

Why choose RIA C C++ Training Institutes in Bangalore

If you are a beginner in this area, C C++  is a difficult and confusing language to learn. You require dexterous mentors who are competent in the field to give you the basics of this programming language. In our C C++ training institutes in Bangalore supply you with experienced professionals who are willing to teach you this compound language in a way that is easy to comprehend and grasp. C C++ is a vast language and needs proper organization and structure, and we have devised a strong all-inclusive curriculum that is based on a practical and practice approach. We have technological lab facilities and certified teachers to coach you in difficult concepts. 

You can choose your schedule to learn, as we have regular classes from Monday to Friday and on Saturday and Sunday. Fastrack coaching facilities for students who need a quick completion of the course are also available at our C C++ training institutes in Marathahalli. We teach both freshers and professionals in the subject and provide project assistance if required. 

Course Summary

In our C C++ Training Institutes in Marathahalli, we provide a 30-hour self-paced course. During the training period, there will be classes on the fundamentals of C language, its advantages, usages, functions, prototypes, ANSI C, Arrays, data types, Strings, Variables, etc. Our teachers will coach you on Object-Oriented Features, automatic objects, dynamic objects, UML model, C C++ application code, and many more. You will learn to build customer C++ applications, constructors, simplifying customer class by encompassing String class using OO strategies, code review, implementation of file for destructors, practical implementation of implementing string destructor, etc. 

You will be coached on how to make objects interact with each other using C++, the syntax for private objects, C++ references, initialization, C++ operators, static class members, inheritance, interfaces, object design, templates, meta models, etc.

SYLLABUS

C Programming

Course Type: Self-paced Course
Estimated Time of Completion: 30 hours

  • Introduction to the C Language
  • The C Language and its Advantages
  • The Structure of a C Program
  • Writing C Programs
  • Building an Executable Version of a C Program
  • Debugging a C Program
  • Examining and Running a C Application Program
  • Data Types and Variables
  • Data Types
  • Operands, Operators, and Arithmetic Expressions
  • Input/Output Management
  • Input/Output Management
  • The getchar() and putchar() Functions and Single-character I/O
  • Formatted Input and the scanf() Function
  • Control-flow Statements
  • The Control-flow Program Statements
  • Looping Statements
  • The Data-checking Process
  • Modular Programming with Functions
  • The C Function
  • Passing Data to Functions
  • Passing an Address to Modify a Value in Memory
  • Using Functions in the Checkbook Program
  • The C Standard Library Functions
  • Arrays, Pointers, and Strings
  • Arrays
  • Pointers
  • Strings
  • Using Arrays, Strings, and Pointers in the Checkbook Program

C / C++

C Language

  • Introduction to C Programming
  • Introduction to the Course
  • Overview to C Programming
  • Why use C?
  • Uses of C
  • A Brief History of C
  • C for Personal Computers
  • Running C Programs
  • The Edit-Compile-Link-Execute Process
  • Using Microsoft C
  • Unix systems
  • Structure of C Programs
  • C’s Character Set
  • The form of a C Program
  • The layout of C Programs
  • Pre-processor Directives
  • Your First Program
  • Add Comments to a Program
  • Data Types
  • Integer Number Variables
  • Decimal Number Variables
  • Character Variables
  • Assignment Statement
  • Arithmetic Ordering
  • Something To Declare
  • More on Initializing Variables
  • Input and Output Functions
  • On The Run
  • Input and Output Functions in More Detail
  • The % Format Specifiers
  • Formatting Your Output
  • Custom Libraries
  • Summing It Up
  • Conditional Execution
  • Program Control
  • Logical Expressions
  • True and False in C
  • Using break and continue Within Loops
  • Select Paths with switch
  • Structure and Nesting
  • Think of a number
  • Functions and Prototypes
  • Functions – C’s Building Blocks
  • Functions and Local Variables
  • Making The Connections
  • Functions and Prototypes
  • What is ANSI C?
  • The Standard Library Functions
  • Throwing The Dice
  • Data Types Part II
  • Global variables
  • Constant Data Types
  • Arrays
  • Advanced Data Types
  • In Dis-array
  • Pointers
  • Point to Point
  • Swap Shop
  • Pointers And Arrays
  • Strings
  • Stringing Along
  • As easy as… B or C?
  • A Sort Of Bubble Program
  • Structures
  • Defining A New Type
  • Structures and Functions
  • Pointers to Structures
  • Malloc
  • Structures and Linked Lists
  • Structures and C++
  • Header Files
  • File Handling
  • The Stream File
  • Text File Functions
  • Binary File Functions
  • File System Functions
  • Command Line Parameters

C / C++

C++ Programming

  • Basic OO concepts, example
  • Classes: definition, attributes, methods
  • Customer class: definition/declaration, implementation
  • File organization: header files, implementation files
  • Minimum class functions: declaration, implementation
  • Definition, UML syntax, comparison with classes
  • Creating C++ objects: automatic, dynamic
  • Automatic objects: syntax, proper style, common mistakes
  • Dynamic objects: syntax, features, common mistakes
  • Managing object pointers to keep them safe.
  • OO concepts
  • C++ Keywords
  • C++ features
  • C++ class versus the UML analysis model
  • C++ class versus the UML design model
  • C++ Application Code – Building a basic C++ application
  • The required main() function
  • The main() function file
  • Application files
  • The Customer application in C++
  • Project, directories and files
  • Running the application
  • Constructor role, syntax
  • Example: header file, the implementation file
  • Constructor with default parameter values
  • Constructor header, implementation, and usage
  • What we just learned
  • We can accomplish more 
  • Impact of a String object to the Customer class
  • The String class: features, design, attributes, methods
  • Lab Two – Appreciating the power of encapsulation and specialization
  • String class implementation
  • Using the String class in the Customer class
  • Code review and discussion
  • We can accomplish more 
  • Impact of a String object to the Customer class
  • The String class: features, design, attributes, methods
  • Lab Two – Appreciating the power of encapsulation and specialization
  • String class implementation
  • Using the String class in the Customer class
  • Code review and discussion
  • Role, syntax, usage
  • Code examples with the Customer and Credit classes
  • Header and implementation files for destructors
  • Dynamic de-allocation
  • Array de-allocation
  • Run, test, debug
  • Associations – How objects stay in touch with each other
  • Self-reference, this pointer
  • Credit and Customer class associations code
  • main(): how the association is used
  • Association UML syntax and examples
  • Reflexive associations for diagraphs, linked lists, hierarchies
  • Association roles
  • Applications made of interacting objects
  • Simple linked list example
  • List and Link class members
  • Putting Customer objects on the list
  • Write, test, debug, and extra credits
  • Principles
  • Inline Syntax
  • Header / implementation syntax
  • Code example
  • Lab Five – Inner classes at work
  • Link as an inner class of List
  • Credit as an inner class of Customer
  • Code, test, debug
  • Code review
  • Solution discussion
  • Encapsulating string matters in a String class
  • C++ application architecture
  • Allocation / de-allocation of objects
  • Encapsulation / specialization
  • Constructors / Destructors
  • Associations
  • this self reference
  • Object design fundamental strategies
  • Inner classes
  • Concept and formal syntax
  • Example with the Person class
  • Methods returning a reference to self
  • Example
  • Brief exercise
  • Object initialization
  • Declaration, implementation, usage
  • Member initialization
  • Example with the String and Person classes
  • Initializing primitive type members
  • Formal syntax
  • Initializing String members in Customer and Credit classes
  • Initializing List using either references or pointers
  • Write, run, test, debug
  • Solution walkthrough
  • A natural need
  • Alternate syntax for methods
  • Examples and formal syntax
  • Complete case: the Complex class
  • Internal and external operators
  • String class assignment and append operators
  • Write, run, test, debug
  • Solution walkthrough
  • Const members
  • Const parameters
  • Const variables
  • Const methods
  • Examples
  • Brief exercise
  • Definition and UML syntax
  • Instantiation limitations
  • Inheritance versus the Is A relationship
  • Inherited object examples
  • Multiple sub-classes and multiple inheritances
  • Derivation model and code: simple inheritance
  • Multiple inheritance
  • Initialization according to constructor needs 
  • Initialization according to inheritance type
  • Example with Contract / Development / Maintenance
  • Virtual methods
  • The Retail problem domain model
  • Associations, compositions
  • Inheritance and virtual methods
  • show() and getPrice() methods
  • Write, test, debug and solution code walkthrough
  • The concept of interface and UML notation
  • Pure virtual classes and inheritance for interfaces
  • C++ examples
  • Brief exercise
  • Inner class exception type and value
  • try, throw and catch
  • Call stack handling
  • Throwing objects for better exception handling
  • Building self-contained exception classes
  • Building exception class hierarchies
  • Exceptions with templates
  • Exceptions and constructors
  • Exception interface specification
  • Examples
  • Exercise
  • Specialization, self-sufficiency, interface
  • Delegation, propagation
  • A common object design pattern
  • Application to the Deal model
  • Multiple and cascading object interactions in C++
  • Object sequence and collaboration diagrams
  • Examples
  • Brief exercise
  • Implementation algorithm
  • Single or multiple links
  • Single or bi-directional traversals 
  • References or lists of references
  • Association classes implementation
  • Examples
  • Brief exercise
  • Concept, flexibility and power
  • Examples, formal syntax
  • Header and implementation parts (both in header file)
  • Complex class complete example
  • Brief exercise on the Complex class
  • Concept of a parametrized List
  • Implementing the Link template
  • Implementing the List template
  • Additional methods
  • Write, test, debug, and solution code walkthrough
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