Dave Pither-Patterson – C++ for Beginners

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Dave Pither-Patterson – C++ for Beginners

Create Code That Screams with C++! Hours of Video Lecture, Lab Exercises and Dozens of Code Samples for You To Use!

Have you always wanted to create console video games, but lack the basic C++ skills? Do you want to understand a more “heavy-duty” programming language? Do you really want to get “under the hood” and complete more complex computing tasks quickly? Do you simply want to advance your current skill set and learn one of the world’s most popular programming languages?

C++ is one of the most widely used languages in the world. It’s used for everything from financial trading applications (where speed equals revenue!) to console video games.

Delve into the C++ programming language with this course, C++ For Beginners, authored by expert David Pither-Patterson. David is an experienced instructor, specializing in presenting complex technical information in a manner that just about anyone can grasp. With David’s help, you’ll by setting up your development environment and working your way through all the C++ fundamentals.

Included in the 46 video lectures that comprise the course are dozens and dozens of code examples that you can learn from. You’ll also complete engaging lab exercises that are not only fun, but specially designed to help you retain the information in the lectures.

C++ is one of the most important languages you can learn–and there is no better way to learn it than with LearnToProgram’s David Pither-Patterson!

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Your First Program
  • Where to get the IDE (2:52)
  • Creating a Project (5:42)
  • Debugging a Program (8:24)
  • Examining the Build Log (9:13)
  • Running a Program (7:34)
  • Chapter 1 Lab Exercise
Variables and Assignments
  • Variables and Identifiers (13:00)
  • Simple Data Type: bool (5:38)
  • Simple Data Type: char (9:48)
  • Simple Data Type: int (8:33)
  • Chapter 2 Lab Exercise
Errors and Data Types
  • Outputting Errors (5:09)
  • Long and Short Data Types (14:37)
  • Casting (11:56)
  • Formatting Output (15:27)
  • Input from STDIN (6:00)
  • Chapter 3 Lab Exercise
Operators and Precedence
  • Understanding Comments: Useful VS Redundant (4:00)
  • Meaningful Variable Names VS Cryptic (3:46)
  • Assignment, Operators (9:07)
  • Comparators and Logical Operators (17:13)
  • Precedence (9:07)
  • Chapter 4 Lab Exercise
Decision Making and Program Flow
  • The ‘if’, ‘else if’ and ‘else’ Statements (13:00)
  • The ‘case’ Statement (8:14)
  • Ternary Statements (6:16)
  • The ‘do/while’ Loop (10:54)
  • The ‘for’ Loop (8:00)
  • Chapter 5 Lab Exercise
  • Arrays (13:18)
  • Iterating Through Arrays (3:40)
  • Multi-Dimensional Arrays (13:31)
  • Pointers (7:17)
  • Chapter 6 Lab Exercise
Binary Operations
  • Binary Theory (25:39)
  • Truth Tables (11:05)
  • Bitwise Operators (10:27)
  • Chapter 7 Lab Exercise
Program Structure
  • Function Structure (6:53)
  • Header Files, Includes, and Multiple Files (8:02)
  • Program Entry Point and Namespaces (8:21)
  • Chapter 8 Lab Exercise
STL Strings
  • Creating a String (18:16)
  • String Operators (17:23)
  • String Manipulation (10:58)
  • Chapter 9 Lab Exercise
Classes and Objects
  • Objects and Inheritance (5:51)
  • Classes, Objects, Methods & Properties (13:59)
  • Encapsulation (24:25)
  • Encapsulation, Part 2 (12:22)
  • Access Modifiers and Overrides (7:56)
  • Chapter 10 Lab Exercise
Input, Process and Output
  • Introduction to Vectors (9:05)
  • How to Read Text Files (7:33)
  • Bubble Sort (7:08)
  • How to Write Text Files (8:52)
  • Chapter 11 Lab Exercise

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