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Object Oriented Programming

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Contents

1. CONCEPT OF OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING    

1.1 Introduction

1.2 What is object-oriented development?

1.3 Object-Oriented Programming

1.4 Object Oriented Programming languages

1.5 Beginning with C++

1.6 Writing and Executing a ‘C++’ program

1.7 Program Structure and Rules    

1.8 Sample C++ Program 

1.9 Basic Concept of C++    

1.10 Control structures

1.11 Function

1.12 Concepts of Structures 

2.OBJECTS AND CLASSES 

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Class

2.3 Member Functions

2.4 Arrays within a class    

2.5 Memory Allocation for Objects  

2.6 Static Class Members     

2.7 Arrays of Objects  

2.8 Objects as Function Arguments

3. Constructors & Destructors

3.1 Introduction 

3.2 Constructor

3.3 Destructor 

3.4 Function Overloading    

3.5 Operator overloading

4. INHERITANCE

4.1 Introduction  

4.2 Defining the derived class

4.3 Types of inheritance

4.4 Container Classes

4.5 Virtual Base Classes     

4.6 Constructors in Derived Classes

4.7 DESTRUCTORS in Derived Classes 

4.8 Nesting of Classes

4.9  Abstract Classes  

5. Pointers in C++

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Pointer Declaration

5.3 Pointer arithmetic’s    

5.4 Pointers to pointers

5.5 Pointers and Function    

5.6 Pointers to functions    

5.7 Pointers In arrays

5.8 Pointers To String

5.9  Pointers to classes

6.POLYMORPHISM

6.1 Polymorphism(Poly - many and morphism - Form)    

6.2 Types of polymorphism

6.3 Virtual Functions  

6.4 Pure virtual functions

6.5 Function Overloading     

6.6 Difference between static binding & Dynamic binding

7. BASIC FUNCTION OF I/O SYSTEM BASIC & FILE PROCESSING

7.1 Introduction

7.2 C++ Stream 

7.3 Unformatted I/O Operations    

7.4 Formatted I/O Operations

7.5 Manipulators

7.6 Basic of file system    

7.7 creating a stream 

7.8 Opening a file

7.9  closing a file    

7.10 Checking for Failure with File Commands   

7.11 Detecting the End-of-File

7.12 file pointers and their manipulation

7.13 Reading / Writing a character from a file

7.14 write()and read() functions   

7.15 other functions  

7.16 Command Line Arguments 

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