|Course Name:||Object Oriented Programming II Using C++|
|Offered Date:||Summer - 2015 | Other versions|
This subject expands the student's skill-set in object-oriented programming and introduces the student to threaded programming. The student learns to model relationships between classes using containers, inheritance hierarchies and polymorphism in the C++ programming language and to write C++ programs that execute on multiple threads.
|Credit Status:||1 Credit for CPA/CPD Diploma Students.|
|Mode of Instruction:||
2 hours interactive lecture per week.
Sutter, H. and Alexandrescu, A. 2005. C++ Coding Standards. Addison-Wesley. EAN 978-0-321-11358-0
The C++ Resources Network. http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/
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OOP344 Course Outline