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Old 06-16-2011, 01:17 PM
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Default Effective C++ Programming Workshop & Embedded C Workshop(6-8thJuly) - Penang/KL -JUL 11-15th 2011 - Confirmation by JUN 30th

Effective*C++*Workshop


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Date:*JUL
11th - 14th 2011
Location:**KL/Penang*
Venue:*KL
Sentral/ PSDC*facility**

(Breaks/Lunch/Certificate Provided /**HRDF
Claimable*program)

*Embedded C workshop -
Jul 6th to 8th 2010*link below..

*http://www.embeddedact.com/embeddedcoutline.html



Objective:
Train*advance C++ concepts to engineers,
and learn all concepts indepth both using gc++ and visual c++ and
understand the implication of developming indepth system development using
C++.

Course
Outline

The C++
Language Basics

A
quick contrast on features of C++ & C
A simple C++ program
A
C++ build Phase
Exploring GNU Tool chains for debugging
skills
Cascading of I/O operators
Type compatibility
Scope
resolution operator
Pointers and arrays
Const qualifiers with
pointers
Storage classes
Memory Allocation
new
delete

Functions in C++
Strict prototyping
Inline functions

Default arguments
Return by reference
Function overloading

Pass by value, address and reference

Classes and
Objects

Class
declaration & object mechanism
Access specifiers
Separating
interface from implementation
Inline member functions
Nested
member functions
Memory allocation for objects
Objects &
references

Constructors
and Destructors

Definition
& declaration
Characteristics of constructors
Overloaded
constructors
Copy constructor
Destructors
Dynamic constructors

Array of objects
Use of constructors
Constructors and
Destructors
Managing the heap
Constructors & Destructors –
internal behaviour
Passing objects
Objects &
references
Copy constructor
Overloading copy constructor

Objects & references
Copy constructor
Overloading copy
constructor
Returning objects
Returning object references

Passing & returning pointers to objects

Static members
and objects on the heap

Static members
of a class
Static data members
Static member functions
A
discussion on static members
Objects on the heap
The this pointer


Friend and
classes

Object
communication
Friend functions
Friend classes
Const objects
and const member functions
Object composition & destruction
mechanism
Boundary classes & object interfaces


Operator
Overloading

The operator
function
Operators that cannot be overloaded
Overloading unary
operators
Overloading Binary operators
Using member functions
& friend functions – when to use what
Interpreting the operator
function call
Function overloading the operator function
The
assignment operator
Implicit overloading mechanism
Explicit
overloading mechanism
Returning objects & assignment operator

Overloading >> & << operators
Cascading operators
& returning reference
Overloading new & delete operators

Special operator overloads
operator == , operator [ ], operator (
), operator –>, operator comma (,)

Inheritance


The inheritance
mechanism
Types of inheritance
Single level, multi level,
multiple, hierarchical, hybrid
Inheritance – is it allocation or
accessibility
The protected access specifier
Inheritance in
private, protected & public mode
Constructors & destructors in
a derived class
Multiple inheritance
Virtual Base class

Invoking base class constructors
Why a constructor is not
inherited
Is-a & Has-a relationship
Nested classes &
Containership

Runtime
Polymorphism, Virtual Functions & Dynamic Binding


Pointers &
Classes
Pointers to Class Members
Method overriding
Base class
pointers & derived class objects
Virtual functions
Virtual
functions & base class pointers
Virtual functions & base class
reference
Dynamic Binding v/s Early Binding
Pure virtual functions

Virtual destructors
Abstract classes & applications


Runtime Type
Identification & Casting Operators

RTTI

Runtime Polymorphism & RTTI
typeid & type_info

Application illustration using
Base class pointer
Passing
pointers to functions
Function receiving references
Factory
methods & RTTI
Template classes & RTTI
The Casting
operators
dynamic_cast
const_cast
static_cast

reinterpret_cast

Exception
Handling

Exception
handling fundamentals
try, catch & throw
Using multiple catch

The ‘catch all’ exception handler
Nested try blocks
Rethrowing
an exception & overruling a function’s return value
Restricting
Exceptions – the throw list
Handling derived class exceptions

Setting the terminate and unexpected handlers
Application of
Exception handling

Templates


Generic
functions & Data abstraction
Function templates
Explicitly
specializing a function template
Overloading Function Template

Using standard parameters
A Generic Sort algorithm
Generic
Classes (Class template)
Using more than one generic type
Using
non-type arguments & default arguments
Explicit Specializations

Applications of templates - a Stack template
Template template
parameter

Design of STL

Techniques
of Usage

Note: Outline
subject to change


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Introduction:

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This
course introduces the C++ language for use on real time and embedded
applications. The first part of the course focuses on the language itself,
highlighting areas of concern for real-time and embedded development. The
latter part covers the application of C++ to real-time systems including
interrupt handling and concurrency issues. If a C++ course does not cover
these fundamental issues you may find you still have a lot to learn after
the training.

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Attendees
perform hands on*Advance programming, on PC on Linux GCC and Windows
Visual C++ environment during course practical.*Approximately 50% of
the course is given over to practical work.

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Objectives:

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To provide an understanding of the essentials of the C++ programming
language.

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To give you practical experience of writing C++ for realtime &
embedded systems.

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To give you the confidence to apply these new concepts to your next
real-time project.

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Pre-requisites:

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A working knowledge of C

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Who Should
Attend?

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The
course is designed for real-time engineers who are embarking on a project
using C++ for the first time. It is also targeted at developers currently
reluctant to move to C++ from C as they believe it poses too great an
overhead. This course will clearly demonstrate both the strengths and
weaknesses of C++ versus C.

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Duration:

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Five
days.

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Registration:

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Click Here

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For
More Info. Please log on to www.embeddedact.com


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Or

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Call
us: MY +603-22725945 / SG +65-65679002

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EACT
Technologies Singapore / Malaysia
www.eact-tech.com
www.embeddedact.com
training@eact-tech.com
 

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