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- Section 1 teaches the basics of working with the C++ language and Visual Studio. Here, you’ll learn how to develop a simple Windows application.
- Section 2 presents the data types, control structures, and other essential elements of the C++ language, as well as the core .NET classes for Windows applications.
- Section 3 teaches the powerful object-oriented programming features of the C++ language. Here, you’ll learn how to create your own business and data access classes, and you’ll learn how to use the data access classes to populate the business objects with data from files. You’ll also learn how to use inheritance, polymorphism, interfaces, and much more.
- Section 4 shows how to work with text, binary, and XML files. That’s one way to provide the data that is used to populate the business objects of an application.
Section 4 ends with a module that shows you how to use the tools and features of Visual Studio to work with legacy C and native C++ programs. This means that you’ll learn how to compile and run the thousands of legacy programs that are available. You’ll also learn how to enhance legacy programs and how to use legacy code in Windows Forms applications and Visual Studio console applications.
Who Should Attend?
This course is for anyone who wants to learn language fundamentals and how to use C++ to develop Windows Forms applications.
- It works if you’re new to programming.
- It works if you’re new to Microsoft’s .NET development environment.
- It works if you’re an experienced .NET developer who’s new to C++.
- It works if you have programming experience with another language like Java, C#, or COBOL.
And it works if you’ve already read some books or attended other C++ courses and still don’t know how to develop a real-world business application.