An Introduction to Object Oriented Programming (OOP)
What you will learn
Know about classes
Know about objects
Know about member variables
Know about member functions
Know about class inheritance
Known about data abstraction
Know about scope resolution
Know about getters and setters
Know about the constructor
Know about inheritance
Know about friend functions
Know about operator overloading
Know about arrays in a class
Know about dynamic arrays in a class
Know about the big three
Know about the destructor
Know about the copy constructor
Know about overloading = operator
Know about this keyword
Know about protected keyword
Know about derived classes
Know about polymorphism
Know about virtual functions
Know about namespaces
Know about recursion
Know about templates
Know about exception handling
Know about struct vs class
Know about enum
Know about separate compilation
This is the second programming course offered in university. This course will teach you concepts that are widely used in the software world in fields such as game development, web development, mobile app development, and much more. Having a solid foundation in object oriented programming will help you excel in those fields.
This is just an early release of the course. I’m currently working on adding the remaining two sections in addition to more practice problems.
The Ultimate C++ Beginner Course
Problem Solving with C++ 10th Edition by Walter Savitch
About this Course
You will learn advanced programming concepts. In particular, we focus on object oriented programming.
- Where can I ask you questions?
You can leave a comment under the “Q and A” tab in the lecture related to your question.
- Does this course cover data structures?
No. Data structures is a course by itself, which universities usually offer after completing an object oriented programming course.
I’ll work on a short After Effects video editing/animation course, then you can expect a few web development courses. In particular, I’ll create a course on HTML, CSS (two of the core technologies for building websites), and WordPress (a powerful tool that allows you to build websites using a simple drag and drop interface without using any code.