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C/C++ Training


C/C++ Training


Even though the C Programming language is nearly four decades old, it is still among the most popular programming languages. Our course provides exhaustive coverage of C language and C++ language. C language is generally known as middle level language because it blends the functionality of both the low level languages and the high level languages. High level languages have many built in features modules to increases the efficiency and productivity of developers, on the other hand low level languages are more machine efficient and faster as machine .

C++ is a multi-paradigm, free form, compiled, general purpose, powerful programming language.

It is the enhancement of the C language and developed by Bijarne Stroustrup in 1979 at Bells lab.

It was originally named C with Classes, the language was renamed C++ in 1983. C++ inherits most of C?s syntax.


Main benefits you get from our institute –

Life time validity (if you face any type of problem in any training module, you can continue that module)

Good job assistance

You will get an opportunity to work on real time projects

Interaction with Industry Experts

Small Batches to focus on each student

We mainly focus on practical classes rather than theoretical classrooms.

You will get a chance to involve in live project.

Flexible hours available (if you have any problem in timing, you can get daytime, weekends and evening batches)

We provide Training letter on Training completion.


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C Syllabus


Basics of C

History and Features of C
Importance of C
About Procedural Language
Role of Compiler
Role of Interpreter
The Structure of a C Program
Writing C Programs
Building an Executable Version of a C Program
Debugging a C Program
Examining and Running a C Application Program

An Overview Of C And Buzzwords

Data Type, Variable
Control Statement
Preprocessor Directives Input and Output Operators
Reading/Writing Charecters
Formatted input/output Function

Control Statement

The IF…..ELSE Statement
IF……ELSE ladder
Nesting of IF…..ELSE Statements
The Switching Statements
The do-while Statement
The while statement
FOR Statements

Array in C

Array : What and Why?
One Dementions Arrays
Two Dementions Arrays
Multi Dimentions Arrays
Dynamic Arrays

String Handling

Reading String from Terminal
Writing String to Screen
String Handling Functions
Table of String

Function in C

Function Basics
Advantage of Function
Variable Storage Classes
Variable arguments Function

Pointers in C

Understading Pointers
Pointer expressions
Pointer and Arrays
Pointers and Character String
Pointers to Functions
Pointers and Structures

Structures and Unions

Defining a Structure
Advantage of Structure
Size of Structure
Arrays of Structures
Structures and Functions
Defining Unions

Dynamic Memory allocation

Introduction to Dynamic Memory Allocation


Concepts of Linked Lists
Creating a Linked Lists
Inserting/Deleting an item
Application of Linked Lists

File Management in C

Introduction to File Management
Opening/Closing a File
Input/Output operations on Files
Error Handling During I/O Operations
Command Line Arguments


Macro Substitution
File Inclusion
Computer Control Directives

C++ Syllabus


C++ Overview

C++ Characteristics
Object-Oriented Terminology
Object-Oriented Paradigm
Abstract Data Types
I/O Services
Standard Template Library
Standards Compliance

Functions and Variables

Functions: Declaration and Definition
Variables: Definition, Declaration, and Scope
Variables: Dynamic Creation and Derived Data
Arrays and Strings in C++

Classes in C++

Defining Classes in C++
Classes and Encapsulation
Member Functions
Instantiating and Using Classes
Using Constructors
Multiple Constructors and Initialization Lists
Using Destructors to Destroy Instances

Operator Overloading

Operator Overloading
Working with Overloaded Operator Methods

Initialization and Assignment

Initialization vs. Assignment
The Copy Constructor
Assigning Values
Specialized Constructors and Methods
Constant and Static Class Members

Storage Management

Memory Allocation
Dynamic Allocation: new and delete


Overview of Inheritance
Defining Base and Derived Classes
Constructor and Destructor Calls


Overview of Polymorphism

Input and Output in C++ Programs

Standard Streams
Unformatted Input and Output
File Input and Output


Inheritance and Exceptions
Exception Hierarchies
Inside an Exception Handler


Template Overview
Customizing a Templated Method
Standard Template Library Containers