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Programming in C++: Arrays, Pointers, and STL


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Prerequisites
Expected Duration
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Overview/Description
Arrays are a powerful construct in C++ enabling grouping, ordering and enumeration of objects. The Standard Templates Library provides a convenient ready-made set of classes to use with C++. In this course, you'll explore C++ arrays, pointers, and data types available using the Standard Templates Library (STL).

Target Audience
Developers looking to improve their skills in C++

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
1.3

Lesson Objectives

Programming in C++: Arrays, Pointers, and STL

  • start the course
  • declare and initialize an array in C++
  • access a member of an array in C++
  • create a multi--dimensional array in C++
  • set a pointer to an array in C++
  • pass an array to a function in C++
  • create a function in C++ that returns an array
  • manipulate a pointer in C++
  • declare and use a pointer in C++
  • use a null pointer in C++
  • execute arithmetic using a pointer in C++
  • create an array of pointers in C++
  • pass a pointer to a function in C++
  • create a function that returns a pointer in C++
  • write a C++ program using a forward_list from the standard templates library
  • write a C++ program using a list from the standard templates library
  • write a C++ program using a map from the standard templates library
  • write a C++ program using a queue from the standard templates library
  • write a C++ program using a set from the standard templates library
  • write a C++ program using a stack from the standard templates library
  • write a C++ program using a vector from the standard templates library
  • Course Number:
    pg_pcpp_a02_it_enus