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CPSC 122 - Introduction to Object Oriented Programming C++

This is the first course in object oriented programming using C++. The concepts of data as objects will be introduced and classes, hierarchies and other object oriented concepts are used to design real-world object oriented programs


Credits:  3


Hours: 90 (Lecture Hours: 45;  Laboratory Hours: 45)


Total Weeks:  15


One of Principles of Math 12, Foundations 12, Pre-Calculus 12, Math 050 or CPSC 111


Non-Course Prerequisites:




Course Content:
- C++ Basics
- Control Flow
- Parameters and Overloading
- Arrays
- Structures and Classes
- Constructors and Other Tools
- Operator Overloading, Friends, and References
- Strings
- Pointers and Dynamic Arrays
- Separate Complimentation And NameSpaces
- Streams and File I/O
- Recursion
- Inheritance
- Polymorphism and Virtual Functions
- Templates
- Linked Data Structures
- Exception Handling
- Standard template Library
- Patterns and UML


Learning Outcomes:
- How to compile and run a simple program
- How to declare variables
- How to write arithmetic expressions
- How to write statements that read from keyboard
- How to define simple functions
- How to benefit from procedure abstraction
- How to work with local and global variables
- How to create classes and objects
- How to define member functions
- How to define constructor member functions
- How to define reader and writer member functions
- How to benefit from data abstraction
- How to protect member variables from harmful reference
- How to define classes that inherit variables and functions
- How to design classes and class hierarchies
- How to perform tests using numerical predicates
- How to write one-way and two-way conditional statements
- How to combine Boolean expressions
- How to write iteration statements
- How to process data in files
- How to work with arrays of numbers
- How to work with arrays of class objects
- How to create file streams for input and output
- How to write multi-way conditional statements
- How to use enumerations to improve readability
- How to write functions that return character strings
- How to use call-by-reference parameters
- How to overload the output operator
- How to produce tabular displays
- How to write statements that read character strings from files
- How to test string characters
- How to deposit character strings into class objects
- How to organize and compile a multiple-file program
- How to write recursive functions
- How to solve definition ordering problems with function prototypes 27
- How to create new class objects at run time


Grading System:  Letters


Passing Grade:  D (50%)


Percentage of Individual Work:  90


Percentage of Group Work:  10


Additional Course Comments:
As the program is built on a continuous basis, students MUST attend ALL the Classes.


Textbooks are subject to change. Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.

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