C++ is a general-purpose object-oriented programming language. It was created by Bjarne Stroustrup at Bell Labs circa 1980. C++ is very similar to C (invented by Dennis Ritchie in the early 1970s). C++ is so much compatible with C that it will probably compile over 99% of C programs without changing a line of source code. Though, C++ is a lot of well-structured and safer language than C as it OOPs based.
Some computer languages are written for a specific purpose. Like, Java was initially devised to control toasters and some other electronics. C was developed for programming OS. Pascal was conceptualized to teach proper programming techniques. But C++ is a general-purpose language. I
Who uses C++?
Some of today’s most visible used systems have their critical parts written in C++.
Examples are Amadeus (airline ticketing)
Bloomberg (financial formation),
Amazon (Web commerce), Google (Web search)
Facebook (social media)
Many programming languages depend on C++’s performance and reliability in their implementation. Examples include:
Java Virtual Machines
Browsers (e.g., Internet Explorer, Mozilla’s Firefox, Apple’s Safari, and Google’s Chrome)
Application and Web frameworks (e.g., Microsoft’s .NET Web services framework).
Applications that involve local and wide area networks, user interaction, numeric, graphics, and database access highly depend on C++ language.
What you’ll learn
- Learn to program with one of the most powerful programming languages that exist today, C++.
- Obtain the key concepts of programming that will also apply to other programming languages
- Learn Modern C++ rather than an obsolete version of C++ that most other courses teach
- Learn C++ features from basic to more advanced such as inheritance and polymorphic functions
- Learn C++ using a proven curriculum that covers more material than most C++ university courses
- Includes Quizzes, Live Coding Exercises, Challenge Coding Exercises and Assignments
Who this course is for
- This course is perfect for absolute beginners with no previous coding experience, or anyone wanting to add C++ to their existing skillset.
- Anyone looking to increase career options by learning one of the most in-demand programming languages.
Total number of Students in this course : 4
In 1985, Doc Brown invents time travel; in 1955, Marty McFly accidentally prevents his parents from meeting, putting his own existence at stake.