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Programming in C++ (COAP 1862)

You will use object-oriented programming principles to write programs in C++. You will migrate from C to C++, explore the object-orientated programming concepts, create classes and instances and implement inheritance and data abstraction within your classes. You will also create templates, and use C++ libraries and handle various exceptions. This course is for students who are entry-level programmer interested in developing applications using C++. Job changers, or persons with an academic background in a field other than computer science or programming, who wish to embark on a course of study that will prepare them for employment as professional software developers. It is also intended for programmers who are interested in extending their skills in C, C++ and Java.

This course will be delivered when the minimum number of students has been reached. To place your name on the interest list or obtain more information call (306) 659-4101.

Prerequisites: Programming in C-Introduction (COAP 1859) or a foundation in C programming with an understanding of object-oriented concepts such as classes and inheritance


Fee: $750 (GST included), 36 hours/12 sessions
Additional costs: Text (approximately $165)
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CRN: TBA
This course will be delivered when the minimum number of students has been reached. To place your name on the interest list or obtain more information call 306-659-4101. You will be contacted to arrange dates and times of the course when there is a sufficient number of interested people.
Saskatoon
CRN: TBA
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Saskatoon

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