Developing Object-Oriented Applications in C++
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This short course “Object-Oriented Programming in C++” is designed as an intensive training course for IT professionals who wish to learn Object-Oriented programming in C++ and Windows programming in Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC). The course will equip the trainees with both Object-Oriented programming theory and professional coding skills in C++. It will be conducted through class lecture together with lab hands-on and program debugging.
This course will cover Object-Oriented paradigms, Data abstraction, Encapsulation, Functions, Classes, Pointers, References, Inheritance, Dynamic binding, Advanced Inheritance, Polymorphism, Template, Exception handling, I/O Streams, Preprocessor, Professional Coding Style and Naming Convention, Window programming in MFC, and Windows Graphical User Interface (GUI) development using MFC AppWizard, ClassWizard and Resource Editor.
Introduction of Object-Oriented programming concepts; built-in types; variables; expression and statements; functions; overloading functions; program flows; pointers; references; manipulating data by using pointers; memory leaks; creating user-defined data type using classes; constructors and destructors; implementing class member methods; accessing class member data and member methods.
Inheritance; member data/methods access control; constructors and destructors in derived classes; overriding versus overloading member methods; arrays; arrays of pointers; advanced inheritance; private inheritance; friend classes; polymorphism; virtual methods and its working mechanism; dynamic binding; multiple inheritance; ambiguity resolutions; abstract data types; pure virtual functions; Debug tool in Microsoft Visual Studio.
Template class; parameterised types; implementing the templates; preprocessor; I/O streams; exceptions handling; exceptions versus bugs; working mechanism of exceptions handling in C++; using try blocks and catch blocks; introductions of Windows programming in MFC; MFC classes; Hungarian Notation; constructing Windows applications using AppWizard and ClassWizard; Graphical User Interfaces design with Resources Editors; menu items and call-back functions; message box; designing dialog boxes; getting user input from dialog boxes; setting dialog box items.
Dissecting a C++ Windows program; CframeWnd; CwinApp; Cview; Cdocument; Windows message dispatching and processing; windows message mapping; CDialog member variables and DoDataExchange; converting console based applications to MFC based Windows Applications; lab hands-on to develop a Windows application with menu items and dialog boxes to practice Object-Oriented programming in C++ and MFC classes covered in the short course. Dissecting a C++ Windows program; CframeWnd; CwinApp; Cview; Cdocument; Windows message dispatching and processing; windows message mapping.
Who should attend
IT professionals, programmers, software engineers, research engineers