Course Description

The C++ Tutorial for Complete Beginners is a comprehensive course designed to teach the fundamentals of C++ programming from the ground up. The course begins with an introduction to C++ and its history, followed by an explanation of the C++ compilation process and how to set up a development environment. Students will then learn the basic syntax of C++, including variables, data types, operators, and control structures such as loops and conditional statements. They will also learn how to use functions to organize code and create reusable blocks of code. The course progresses to more advanced topics such as arrays, pointers, and memory management. Students will learn how to work with dynamic memory allocation and how to avoid common memory-related errors such as memory leaks and buffer overflows. Object-oriented programming (OOP) is also covered in the course. Students will learn about classes, objects, inheritance, and polymorphism. They will learn how to create and use classes, and how to implement OOP concepts in their code. The course also covers important C++ concepts such as templates, exception handling, and file I/O. Students will learn how to use templates to create reusable code that can work with multiple data types, and how to handle exceptions to gracefully handle errors in their code. Finally, the course concludes with a section on advanced C++ topics, including multithreading, networking, and graphics programming. Students will learn how to use C++ to create high-performance applications that can take advantage of multiple CPU cores, communicate over networks, and display graphics. Overall, the C++ Tutorial for Complete Beginners is an ideal course for anyone looking to learn C++ programming from scratch. The course provides a solid foundation in C++ fundamentals and covers advanced topics that will be useful for developing real-world applications. The course is designed for beginners, but it also provides enough depth to be useful for intermediate-level developers who want to strengthen their C++ skills. Author: John Purcell (Udemy)