Programming in the C++ Language

Semestr: Summer

Range: 2+2s


Credits: 4

Programme type: Undefined

Study form:

Course language: English


Basic course of programming in the C++ language. Students are expected to know how to write simple programs (in any programming language). They acquaint with data types in C++, object oriented means, overloading, and with the other features of the C++ language.


C++, class, encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism, exception, overloading

Course syllabus:

1. Basic features of the C language
2. Basic features of the C++ language
3. Simple and structured data types
4. Functions
5. Program structure, exceptions
6. Pointers
7. Classes and objects
8. Inheritance
9. Polymorphism and abstract classes
10. Operator overloading
11. Templates
12. Implementation of data abstractions
13. Multiple inheritance. Name spaces
14. Libraries

Seminar syllabus:

1. Expressions and statements of the C and C++ languages
2. Input and output
3. Semester project specification
4. Simple and structured data types
5. Functions
6. Program structure, exceptions
7. Pointers
8. Classes and objects
9. Inheritance
10. Polymorphism and abstract classes
11. Operator overloading
12. Templates
13. Implementation of data abstraction
14. Crediting


1. Stroustrup B.: The C++ Programming Language. Addison-Wesley, London 1997