CPA C++ Certified Associate Programmer Certification Course

CPA C++ | Everything you need to pass the CPA-21-01 exam by doing with step-by-step examples.

**** This course contains pretty much everything you need to pass the exams. ****

What you’ll learn

  • This is a complete and comprehensive CPA C++ course. It’s designed to prepare you to be CPA C++ Certified..
  • Once you complete the course, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to pass the CPA C++ Certification exam AND the skills to begin working as a developer..
  • Create Programs using your logic and data structures..
  • Your new skills and the CPA C++ Certification will help you land an IT software development job or if you’re already working in IT, get a raise or advance..
  • Improve Efficiency, Save Time, Maximize Productivity..
  • Automate Coding Tasks By Building Custom Functions..
  • Learn how to develop impressing applications in a few minutes/ hours..

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 5 lectures • 53min.
  • If-Statements and Conditional Logic –> 1 lecture • 4min.
  • Loops and Iteration –> 1 lecture • 10min.
  • Arrays –> 3 lectures • 40min.
  • Functions –> 9 lectures • 49min.
  • Object-oriented Programming –> 9 lectures • 1hr 2min.

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Requirements

  • You will not need any any prior knowledge – so get started now!.
  • You should be committed to run through the course and become knowledgeable about Python..
  • Nothing else! It’s just you, your computer and your hunger to get started today!.

**** This course contains pretty much everything you need to pass the exams. ****

Welcome to the CPA C++ Certified Associate Programmer Certification Course by Dr. Chris Mall. This course covers everything you need to know to pass the CPA C++ CPA-21-01 Certification Exam.

This course includes also an overview of the CPA C++ Exams methodology used in a programming environment.

 

WHAT YOU’LL RECEIVE IN THIS CPA C++ PREPARTION COURSE

  1. Introduction to compiling and software development
  2. Basic scalar data types, operators, flow control, streamed input/output, conversions
  3. Declaring, defining and invoking functions, function overloading
  4. Data aggregates
  5. Strings processing, exceptions handling, dealing with namespaces
  6. Object-oriented approach and its vocabulary
  7. Dealing with classes and objects, class hierarchy and inheritance
  8. Defining overloaded operators, user-defined operators, exceptions

Once you complete this course, you’ll know everything you need to know to pass the CPA++ Certified Associate Programmer Certification Exam.

Absolute basics

– machine and high-level programming languages, compilation process,

– obtaining the machine code: compilation process,

– writing simple programs,

– variables,

– integers: values, literals, operators,

– characters: values, literals, operators,

– dealing with streams and basic input/output operations.

Flow control and more data types

– how to control the flow of the program

– floating point types: values, literals, operators,

– more integer types: values and literals,

– loops and controlling the loop execution,

– logic, bitwise and arithmetic operators.

Functions

– functions,

– declaring and invoking functions,

– side effects,

– different methods of passing parameters and their purpose,

– default parameters,

– inline functions,

– overloaded functions.

Accessing data and dealing with exceptions

– converting values of different types,

– strings: declarations, initializations, assignments,

– string as an example of object: introducing methods and properties,

– namespaces: using and declaring,

– dealing with exceptions.

Fundamentals of the object-oriented approach

– class

– objects

– class components

– constructors

– referring to objects

– static members

– classes and their friends

– defining and overloading operators.

Class hierarchy

– base class, superclass, subclass

– inheritance: how it works

– types of inheritance

– inheriting different class components

– multiple inheritance.

More on classes

– polymorphism: the notion and the purpose,

– virtual methods: declaration and usage,

– inheriting virtual methods,

– abstraction and abstract classes.

Exceptions – dealing with expected and unexpected problems

– what is an exception

– catching and throwing exceptions,

– different classes and hierarchy of exceptions,

– defining your own exceptions.

 

So What Are You Waiting For?

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