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C++ Programming COURSE (40 HRS)



About Course

Computers operate only when they are instructed using a computer language. As computers come in different forms and perform many different tasks, many different computer languages are developed. Languages such as C and C++ are good for developing operating systems and embedded systems software. The C++ is one of the high-level computer languages (languages that are closer to human languages and further from machine languages).



What I will Learn

Basic procedural programming
Arrays and Strings
File manipulation and multi-file programing
Compound Datatypes
OOP concepts
Errors & Exceptions, debugging and optimization
Command line compilation using gnu complier
Creating Libraries
Creating and using make file


Course Objective

The C++ is also an object-oriented programming (OOP) language. An OOP divides a program into objects (whereas procedural languages divide a program into functions). It is widely used in the software industry to create operating systems software (most of Windows is written in C++), application software, device drivers, embedded software, high-performance server and client applications, and entertainment software such as video games.



Who Can Enroll

Students are employed in software companies as Developer - C++, C++ Tuner Developer, Android OS Device Engineer, Lead C++ Developer, Senior Software Developer, C++ Enterprise Architect, C++ Technology Manager, and C++ Application Developer, among others.



Job Opportunities

Students are employed in software companies as Developer - C++, C++ Tuner Developer, Android OS Device Engineer, Lead C++ Developer, Senior Software Developer, C++ Enterprise Architect, C++ Technology Manager, and C++ Application Developer, among others.



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