Limited number of participants!
||1st December 2021 21st January 2022
|How to register:
||Register via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, stating your name, student ID number, study program (including Bachelor or Master level), and semester. You will receive a confirmation e-mail shortly after.
Information for Bachelor students of Applied Computer Science: Contrary to before, you cannot register in FlexNow yourself for this course. Following a successful registration with the above instructions the examination office (Prüfungsamt) will receive a full list of participants from the lecturer.
The block course provides a short but extensive introduction to the programming language C++. It is aimed at students with a solid knowledge of Java, Python, or another imperative programming language.
Course topics include:
- basics of imperative programming in C / C++
- basic language constructs
- pointer arithmetic
- dynamic memory management
- basic classes in C++: string, vector
- classes and object orientation in C++
- inheritance, polymorphism
- further class concepts: static member, rule of three (five)
- standard library
- miscellaneous (mostly C++14 / C++17)
- move semantics
- initializer syntax
- casting, enumerations
- multi-threading (later than C++11)
The course language is German.
- Course type
- Lab courses
- 3 CP
- Winter Term 2021/2022
- Lab course
every day from 09:00 to 17:00.
First appointment is on 14.03.2022
Last appointment is on 25.03.2022
It is assumed that participants are already familiar with an imperative, possibly object oriented programming language, e.g., Java or Python.
This course is not suited for programming beginners.