CPP course description
The CPP course prepares students for the CPP (C++ Certified Professional Programmer) exam at Pearson VUE.
The CPP course familiarizes students with C++ advanced topics like templates and Standard Template Library. The main learning objectives are: gain a knowledge of the C++ template mechanism; develop the ability to read and understand the definitions of template functions and classes; develop the ability to use property template classes and methods, including third party templates; learn how to create template functions and classes; gather a good knowledge of the C++ STL library, including the IO part; and develop the ability to solve common programming problems with STL predefined classes and methods.
Prerequisites: The Student should have a good knowledge of the C++ language, including inheritance and operator overloading. The student must complete the C++ language course at the associate level (CPA) prior to signing up for the CPP course.
The course will be available in the list of self-study courses when the student has completed the CPA course and passed the CPA exam at a Pearson VUE test center (the course will be unlocked within 7 days of passing the CPA exam at a Pearson VUE Testing Center).