This course covers a paradigm in programming which deals with classes and objects. A number of features of the C++ language will be covered including inheritance, polymorphism, templates, exceptions and the Standard Template Library.
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By the end of this course, the student will be able to:
Design and code basic C++ programs.
Understand abstract data types as represented in C++ code.
Design and code good C++ classes.
Understand and use common algorithms expressed in C++.
Use inheritance to capture and reuse common behavior.
Use polymorphism to create easily extensible systems.
Use templates to create reusable containers and iterators.
Use multiple inheritance to model complex abstractions.
Use exception handling to catch errors and properly release resources.
Use simple persistence strategies for preserving objects between program invocations and/or share objects between programs.
Use the standard C++ library.
Effective as of Fall 2003
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