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C/C++ Pointers & Applications

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C & C++ are very powerful languages when it comes to performance & flexibility. But there are some features that are complex and take time to master. One of such features is pointers. Pointers is what separates C/C++ from other languages. These are incredibly powerful as they allow programs to access memory directly and manipulate it.

This course focuses on pointers and their applications.It leans more towards implementation in C++, rather C. You’ll learn the basics of pointers and then move on to understanding and implementing arrays, pointers to arrays & heap based arrays. You’ll also learn advanced memory management by creating a custom dynamic array (just like std::vector<T> in standard C++ library). You’ll use placement new & delete to directly place objects in a memory pool allocated through operator new function. As you’ll see later in the course, this is a powerful mechanism to optimize usage of heap memory with user–defined objects.

After arrays, you’ll learn how to use pointers to create node–based data structures. We’ll focus on two types of linked lists – singly & doubly linked lists. You’ll understand the difference between arrays and lists and also learn how to access the elements of both the data structures without having to know their internal structure. This is possible by creating context variables that allows access in a container–agnostic manner.

Instructor Details

Civil engineer who found his calling in software development. Never worked as a Civil engineer, jumped at the first chance and started teaching C++ & Visual C++ 13 years ago. Currently, trains software professionals in various IT companies in India in different technologies, such as Modern C++, Advanced C++, STL, Design Patterns, Android, Unity, Linux, etc. Very passionate about teaching and has trained more than 10,000 software professionals in a teaching career spanning more than 10 years. An avid gamer, currently trying his hand with game development in Unity & Unreal. Has a few Android applications to his credit, including one on Design Patterns. Only thing he likes more than C++ is Modern C++.

Specification: C/C++ Pointers & Applications

Duration

7 hours

Year

2020

Level

Intermediate

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Csaba Kutor

    It was a completely new area in my learning path, so I would say this material is hard to digest and I will definitely re–read it again. I believe this course is a must for anyone who wants to be a professional c++ developer.

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  2. Supreeth Raghuprakash

    I had not only an eye opener to the vast implementation of pointer but got some workable examples which I can use in my project.

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  3. Christopher Algieri

    Excellent course! It was very informative and well organized.

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  4. Nicolas Schmitz

    Fast and clear so far

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  5. Dante Rafael Garcia

    Good introduction

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  6. Peter Laaksonen

    Informative and clear

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  7. Justin Miles

    Good information but not hands on exercises.

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  8. Dave J

    Very useful course. Pointers have always been very confusing for me. I learned a lot from this course.

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  9. Mark Moore

    The information is great but the presentation could be improved. 1)The font size is so small I have to zoom in on the screen to be able to see it without leaning in to my computer screen. There is a lot of wasted screen space. A larger font would solve the problem. 2) Please emphasize changes made(bug/mistake fixes) to code after writing it originally. There have been more than a few times that you have casually fixed a bug but just didn’t mention it or just said fix that without pointing out exactly what it was to the viewer.

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  10. Erwin Eule

    very deep and very great course. I like it. If the teacher has any course about Data Structure using C++, I would like to join it.

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  11. Stephane Roche

    Good course, well thought out, lot of things to learn from it.

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  12. Nathan Nguyen

    ….

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  13. Pranjali Jadhav

    Good Course for learner!!!!!!

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  14. Pratheeka Mahendra

    It is a good match as the contents are good but the concepts are not clearly explained therefore it did not solve the purprose.

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