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Course Name        MSc IT (Master of Science in Information Technology)

Subject Code       MT0042 (C++)

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C++ Syllabus.

Unit 1: Overview of C++
Object Oriented Programming, Introduction to C++ Classes, Concepts of Object Oriented Programming, C++ as a superset of C, New style comments, main function in C++,
meaning of empty argument list, function prototyping, default arguments and argument matching, User defined data types: enumerated types, use of tag names, anonymous unions, scope of tag names.

Unit 2: Objects & Classes
Classes, Structure & Classes, Union & Classes, Inline Function, Scope Resolution operator, Static Class Members: Static Data Member, Static Member Function, Passing Objects to
Function, Returning Objects, Object Assignment. Friend Function, Friend Classes

Unit 3: Array, Pointers & Dynamic Allocation
Array, Pointers References & The Dynamic Allocation Operators: Array of Objects, Pointers to Object, Type Checking C++ Pointers, The This Pointer, Pointer to Derived Types, Pointer to Class Members, References: Reference Parameter, call by reference and return by reference Passing References to Objects, Returning Reference, Independent Reference, C++’S Dynamic Allocation Operators, Initializing Allocated Memory, Allocating Array, Allocating Objects.

Unit 4: Constructor & Destructor
Introduction, Constructor, access specifiers for constructors, and instantiation, Parameterized Constructor, Multiple Constructor in A Class, Constructor with Default Argument, Copy Constructor, Destructor

Unit 5: Overloading as polymorphism
Function & Operator Overloading : Function Overloading, Overloading Constructor Function Finding the Address of an Overloaded Function, Operator Overloading: Creating A Member Operator Function, Creating Prefix & Postfix Forms of the Increment & Decrement Operation, Overloading The Shorthand Operation (i.e. +=,-= Etc), Operator Overloading Restrictions, Operator Overloading Using Friend Function, Overloading New & Delete, Overloading Some Special Operators, Overloading [ ], ( ), -, Comma Operator, Overloading << And , Namespaces: global namespace and namespace std, nested namespaces

Unit 6: Inheritance
Base Class Access Control, Inheritance & Protected Members, Protected Base Class Inheritance, Inheriting Multiple Base Classes, Constructors, Destructors & Inheritance, When Constructor & Destructor Function are Executed, Passing Parameters to Base Class Constructors, Granting Access, Virtual Base Classes .

Unit 7: Virtual Functions
Virtual Function, Pure Virtual Functions, Early Vs. Late Binding, Templates and Exception Handling

Unit 8: Exception handling in C++
Introduction to Exceptions, try, throw, catch sequence, multiple catch blocks, uncaught exceptions, catch-all exception handler Templates: Reason for templates compactness and flexibility, function template examples explicit specialization, class templates, out of class definition of member functions The C++ I/O System Basics : C++ Streams, The Basic Stream Classes C++ Predefined Streams, Formatted I/O: Formatting Using The Ios Members, Setting The Formal Flags, Clearing Format Flags, An Overloaded Form Of Self ( ), Using Width() Precision() and
Fill(), Using Manipulators to Format I/O, Creating Your own Manipulators.

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