ECE 39595 - Programming with C++ Lab

Note:

This course is not available to students who have completed ECE 39595 Object-Oriented Programming with C++.

Course Details

Lab Hours: 1 Credits: 1

Counts as:

  • EE Elective - Adv Level Lab
  • CMPE Selective

Experimental Course Offered:

Spring 2021

Requisites:

ECE 39595 Object-Oriented Programming with Java

Requisites by Topic:

A knowledge of Object-Oriented Programming in a language other than C++.

Catalog Description:

This course provides an overview of the C++ language. It covers the basics of the C++ language, including inheritance, virtual function calls and the mechanisms that support virtual function calls. . Students taking this course are assumed to have experience in programming in another object oriented language.

Required Text(s):

None.

Recommended Text(s):

  1. C++ Primer Plus , Stephen Prata , Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. , 2011 , ISBN No. 978-0321776402

Learning Outcomes:

A student who successfully fulfills the course requirements will have demonstrated:
  1. an ability to develop and implement solutions to C++ programming problems. [1]
  2. the ability to develop a solution to a significant programming problem in C++. [2]
  3. the ability to learn new techniques and the details of techniques needed to implement a significant programming problem in C++. [7]
  4. a knowledge of the major features of the C++ language. [None]

Lecture Outline:

Lectures Topic
1 Overview, quick test on objects and virtual function calls
1 virtual and non-virtual functions
2 Constructors, destructors and call order
1 Protection levels and access levels
.25 Abstract classes and interfaces
2.25 Parameter passing and casts, references, copy constructors
1 function resolution and containers
1 Friend functions and operator overloading
.5 Exceptions
.5 Multithreading
1 Templates
2 lvalues and rvalues, other kinds of constructors
.5 Linkers and loaders
2 Exams

Engineering Design Content:

  • Analysis
  • Testing

Engineering Design Consideration(s):

  • Economic

Assessment Method:

Homework, Exams, Projects