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C++ is the gold standard for object-oriented programming languages: an efficient, performance-driven language popular in system software, application software, and even video games. It's a must-know for any modern-day programmer. This course will get you up and running fast. Author Peggy Fisher dissects the anatomy of C++, walking through flow-control features like expressions, loops, decisions, and functions, as well as its object-oriented classes and data structures. Peggy also covers file manipulation, error handling, and further resources to get you started on your own.
Hi, I'm Peggy Fisher. And welcome to Up and Running with C++. The C++ language is one of the most popular programming languages for systems software, application software, and video games. Part of its popularity is due to its efficient, performance-driven design. In this course, I'll take you on a quick tour of the language and then jump into a look at data types, expressions, decisions, loops, reading and writing from the console, and debugging.
Then I'll talk about the object-oriented features of C++, including classes, objects and data structures. Finally, I'll show you how to read and write external files using C++ and how to handle errors that might show up in your programs. So now, let's get up and running with C++.
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