Hello C++ Developers, C++ Builder Developers, Dev-C++ Developers, and all other developers.
One of the most powerful features of C++ is Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), which makes it different from the C programming language by using Classes, Objects, and more. Object-Oriented Programming has many advantages over procedural programming and it is the most characteristic feature of the C++ programming language.
Last week we started Object-Oriented Programming which is another milestone in the “Introduction to C++” posts of our LearnCPlusPlus.org website, and we will dive into Classes & Objects in the next few weeks so keep following along. Remember that we also released post picks about Functions, Parameters, Declarations & Overloading
This week’s topics
This week’s topics include
- What is Object-Oriented Programming, an Introduction to OOP
- Data Structures in C & C++
- Object Arrays and Object Pointer Arrays in C++
- Access Specifiers
- Classes and Objects in C++
We have 2 Video picks from the CPP Con,
- Back to Basics: Smart Pointers by Rainer Grimm (CPPCon 2020)
- Making Games Start Fast: A Story About Concurrency by Mathieu Ruport (CPPCon 2020)
Learn Object-Orientated Programming with us!
This week’s topics will teach you about Object-Oriented Programming as an introduction. More details about OOP will come in the next weeks.
If you are a beginner, new to C++, or if you are a Delphi developer and want to learn or remember the basics of C++, these posts are good to improve your programming skills.
We keep adding new C++ blogs for C++ Builder, Dev-C++. Most are also compatible with other C++ compilers. Please visit our LearnCPlusPlus.org website for great posts from basics to professional examples, full code, snippets, and a lot more.
Let’s learn all about Object-Oriented Programming, Structures, Classes, Objects, and more. Here are our post picks from the last week for C++ beginners,
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