Course C++ Programming Methods
This is the information of year 2012.
ContentsThis course covers the basics of creating a program with an object oriented language such as C++. It covers the basic datatypes and control statements. It describes call-by-reference and overloading of functions. It covers multidimensional arrays and dynamic arrays (vectors). It introduces classes as structures combined with member functions. It decribes pointers and basic memory management. It covers how the definition and implementation can be seperated. Finally, it provides inheritance as tool to derive one class from another and late binding to postpone the selection of the appropriate member function.
Absolute C++ by Walter Savtich, Pearson international edition.
Reading guide (each week 1 chapter in this order):
Every week 2 hour session (by Tijmen / Auke) These sessions are held in the robotics lab (C3.165) Read one chapter each week by yourself. Work on the assignments during the 2 hour sessions (you can ask questions there). Bring your own laptop to the sessions, make sure you have installed the IDE software.
This year the course was overall evaluated by the participants with a 8.7 .
ExamsThe LIACS institute has a list of exams from 1996-2012.
Last updated December 20, 2012
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