C And C++ Training In Chennai

C is a general-purpose programming language developed by Dennis Ritchie. Like most of the procedural language, C has the specialized feature for structured programming, allows variable scope and recursion. One good thing about C programming is, it enables mapping of constructs to machine instruction thereby requiring very minimal run-time support, and so it is widely used in application development. Learn C Training in Chennai at Automation Minds

C++ is an excellent general purpose programming language build with Object oriented programming Paradigm. It is mostly regarded as intermediate level programming language as it has the features of both low-level and high-level programming. It is one of the powerful programming language implemented and used widely on many hardware’s and operating systems. C++ has greatly influenced by other object oriented languages like Java, C# .net etc., Learn C++ Training in Chennai at Automation Minds

C AND C++ COURSE CONTENT

INTRODUCTION TO “ C ” LANGUAGE

  • Data types
  • Indentation
    • If else
  • Operators
  • The “WHILE” Loop
  • The “For “ Loop
  • Nested Loop Statements
  • The “BREAK” & “CONTINUE” Statement
    • Switch case default & break
  • Bitwise operators

FUNCTIONS

  • Introduction to Functions
  • Need for Functions
  • Standard & User defined Functions
  • What is header file
  • How to create our own header file
  • Difference between source file & exe file
  • How to create exe file
  • Defining & Calling Functions
  • Storage Classes
    • Automatic Storage Classes
    • Register Storage Classes
    • Static Storage Classes
    • External Storage Classes
  • Pass by Value, pass by Reference
  • Return by value & return by address
  • Recursive Functions

POINTERS

  • Memory concept
  • Pointers to variable
  • Pointers to pointers
  • Pointers with operation

Arrays

  • Introduction to Arrays
  • Need for Arrays
  • Arrays with pointers
  • Arrays with functions
  • Types of Arrays
  • One Dimensional Arrays
  • Two Dimensional Arrays
  • Multi Dimensional Arrays

STRINGS

  • Char pointers
  • Char array (String)
  • Declaring & Initializing String Variables
  • Strings with pointers
  • Strings with functions
  • String Functions
  • Creation of our own string.h
  • Array of Strings

STRUCTURES, UNIONS, ENUM AND TYPEDEF      

  • Enum and typedef
  • Introduction to Structures
  • Defining Structures
  • Struct with pointers , arrays, strings and functions
  • Array ,strings as Structures Members
  • Containership
  • Union, Different between Structure & Union
  • In text Mode
  • In Graphics Mode

GRAPHICS PROGRAMMING

  • In text Mode
  • In Graphics Mode

FILE OPERATIONS

  • Introduction to files
  • Types of Files
  • File Pointers
  • Opening & Closing Files
  • Modifying  & deleting Files
  • Interacting with
    • text files (ex: .txt, .c, .cpp)
    • non text files (ex: .dat, .mpg, .avi, .mp3)
    • data base files
  • Creating database with file operation
  • Command Line Arguments

FILE OPERATIONS

  • Introduction to files
  • Types of Files
  • File Pointers
  • Opening & Closing Files
  • Modifying  & deleting Files
  • Interacting with
    • text files (ex: .txt, .c, .cpp)
    • non text files (ex: .dat, .mpg, .avi, .mp3)
    • data base files
  • Creating database with file operation
  • Command Line Arguments

DYNAMIC MEMORY ALLOCATION ( DS )

  • Purpose of dynamic memory allocation
  • Malloc , calloc ,realloc and free
  • Sorting
  • Recursion
  • Lists
  • Single linked lists
  • Double linked lists
  • Circular linked lists
  • Stacks
  • Queues
  • Adding 2 lists
  • Inserting a node in required position
  • Deleting a node from required position

INTRODUCTION TO “ C++ ” PROGRAMMING

C++ – PROGRAMMING (DURATION: 6 WEEKS)

  • Oops
  • Function Prototypes
  • Comments
  • Typecasting
  • Void Pointers
  • The :: operator
  • The Const Qualifier
  • Reference variables

2. FUNCTIONS

  • Function Prototypes
  • Function Overloading
  • Default Arguments in Functions
  • Call by value, address & reference
  • Return by value, by address & By reference
  • Inline Functions

3. CLASSES IN C++

  • Member function
  • Function Definition Outside The Class
  • Classes and Constructors
  • Destructors
  • Copy Constructor
  • The this Pointer
  • New and delete Operators
  • Using new and delete
  • Malloc ( ) / free ( ) versus new/delete
  • Classes, Objects and Memory
  • Structures vs. Classes

4. MISCELLANEOUS CLASS ISSUES

  • Static Class Data
  • Static Member Functions
  • Data Conversion
  • Friend functions & friend Classes
  • Data Conversion between Objects of Different Classes

5. OVERLOADING OPERATORS

  • Introduction
  • Overloading assignment operator
  • Overloading ++, –, +, -, *, /,<,> …. & Logical operators
  • Overloading operators between different objects
  • Overloading << and >> (stream operators)

6. INHERITANCE

  • Constructors in Inheritance
  • Private Inheritance
  • Protected Inheritance
  • Functions That Are Not inherited
  • Virtual Function
    • Pure virtual functions
  • Virtual Functions in Derived Classes
  • Virtual Functions and Constructors
  • Destructors and virtual Destructors
  • Virtual Base Classes
  • Abstract class
  • Abstract base class

7. ADVANCED FEATURES

  • Classes Within Classes
  • Friend Functions
  • Friend classes
  • Overloading << and >>.

8. INPUT / OUTPUT IN C++ (FILE OPERATIONS)

  • Manipulators
  • File I/O with Streams
  • Opening and closing files
  • Creating database with file Operation
  • Binary I/O
  • Elementary Database Management
  • Interacting with
    • Text files (ex: .txt, .c, .cpp)
    • Non-text files (ex: .dat, .mpg, .avi, .mp3)
  • Creating database with file operation

 9. NEW ADVANCED FEATURES>

  • Templates
  • Function templates
  • Class templates
  • Exception handling
  • Namespaces
  • RTTI (Runtime type information)
  • STL (Standard Template library)
  • Dynamic cast operator
  • Typeid operator
  • Typeinfo class

10. DATA STRUCTURES WITH C++

  • Sorting
  • Recursion
  • Lists
  • Single linked lists
  • Double linked lists
  • Circular linked lists
  • Traversing of linked lists
  • Stacks
  • Queues
  • Adding 2 lists
  • Inserting a node in required position
  • Deleting a node from required position
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