OOP244 - Introduction To Object Oriented Programming Using C++
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Introduction To Object Oriented Programming Using C++
This subject introduces students to object oriented programming concepts. Students will learn to build reusable objects, making use of encapsulation, polymorphism and inheritance in the C++ programming language. Throughout the subject, the emphasis will be on using object oriented approaches to solving problems.
1 credit in the CPA/CPD Programs.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Use pointers and dynamic memory allocation in C++ classes
2. Recognize and use object oriented programming constructs to write object oriented programs
3. Walkthrough the execution of a C++ program
4. Edit, compile and run C++ programs
5. Describe encapsulation, polymorphism and inheritance
6. Create and modify objects using C++ classes
7. Determine the appropriate objects required to solve a programming problem
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