Lectures 1-3 were given by Jean Yang; lectures 4-6 were given by Eunsuk Kang.
Lecture notes files.
|SES # ||TOPICS ||LECTURE NOTES ||SUPPORTING FILES |
|1 ||Motivation for using C/C++; discussion of where C and C++ sit in the abstraction hierarchy; writing our first C programs ||(PDF) || |
|2 ||The logistics of memory manipulation in C (pointers, structs) ||(PDF) ||(ZIP) (This ZIP file contains: 1 .c file and 1 .h file.) |
|3 ||More advanced memory manipulation in C. We'll show double linked-list insert in place, inserting into a linked list using a double pointer, corner cases of using memory (when we actually need heap allocation), etc. ||(PDF) || |
|4 ||Introduction to C++; encapsulation: classes, namespaces, constructors and destructors; memory management in C++ (new, delete); operator overloading and standard input/output ||(PDF) ||(ZIP) (This Zip file contains: 3 .cc files and 2 .h files.) |
|5 ||Inheritance and polymorphism; templates; standard library containers ||(PDF) ||(ZIP) (This ZIP file contains: 4 .cc files and 3 .h files.) |
|6 ||Tricks of the trade. Things people might see in interviews, etc. Review and discussion of the covered topics, Q&A. ||(PDF) || |