C++ Classes and Objects
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In this project you will create an application that defines a Car class and create one to many Car objects using C++. Object Oriented programming is advantageous because it allows the programmer to think in terms of the way people think of the real world, in terms of Objects like employees, airplanes, and homes for example. In procedural programming, the programmer tends to think more in terms of procedures or functions. In Object-Oriented Programming in a language such as C++, Classes and Objects are often used interchangeably but there is a distinction between the two. A class is a blueprint for objects. An automobile may come in many different makes, colors, and models, but each car object has those same attributes. A Car class then contains the common attributes all cars have; color, make and model. When an Object of a Car is made from the Car class, it is then assigned a specific color, such as a red Nissan Sentra or a blue Toyota Camry. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions.
C++ Class Design
C++ String Concatenation
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
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por DA7 de feb. de 2021
The course helped me out with my understanding of OOP in C++, however I would say the course is not recommended for beginner programmers.
por SS4 de dic. de 2020
Need more explanation for converting number to string ,referencing and const setter function but overall it was good and useful course
por TL13 de oct. de 2022
getting ready for a c++ project at school and this was fantastic. I'm brand new to c++ and i was given a list of tasks to complete and was nervous on how to complete the tasks until now.