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Lecture 1

From C to C++

Kurt NÝrmark
Department of Computer Science, Aalborg University

Title page            Abstract            References from this lecture            Exercises in this lecture            Source programs in this lecture            

Page 1Course IntroductionPage 18Pointers
Page 2The Study RegulationPage 19Arrays and Pointers
Page 3Course LiteraturePage 20Arrays and Pointers: Examples
Page 4Overview of Advanced Programming - Part OnePage 21Structures and Unions
Page 5Overview of Advanced Programming - Part TwoPage 22Structures: Examples
Page 6Recommended use of your timePage 23Function types
Page 7Course Approach - Part 1Page 24User defined types
Page 8Course ExamPage 25Expressions and operators
Page 9Course Features - Part1Page 26Control structures
Page 10Which compiler or IDE?Page 27Functions and parameters
Page 11Where to find C++ documentationPage 28Call-by-reference parameters via pointers
Page 12A quick tour of CPage 29Memory Allocation
Page 13Basic ObservationsPage 30C Program organization
Page 14The Evolution of CPage 31The standard library
Page 15The Popularity of C and C++Page 32C/C++ Compatibility
Page 16The C preprocessorPage 33C/C++ Compatibility
Page 17Fundamental typesPage 34C/C++ Compatibility - some small details

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