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About the Course

This course is the third of five courses aiming to help you to become confident working in the object-oriented paradigm in the C++ language. This specialisation is for individuals who want to learn about objected oriented programming. It's an all-in-one package that will take you from the very fundamentals of C++, all the way to building a crypto-currency exchange platform. During the five courses, you will work with the instructor on a single project: a crypto-currency exchange platform. Whilst building the project, you will learn about a range of programming techniques from basic control flow and input/output through to file parsing, object-oriented techniques and user interaction on the console. In this third course, you will start learning about C++ exception handling and reading data from files. You will learn about string processing, exception handling, data reading from a file, and how to convert pseudocode algorithms into working C++ code. Upon completing the course, you will be able to: * Convert pseudocode algorithms involving iteration, logic and string processing into working C++ code * Use exception handling to gracefully recover when processing unreliable data * Read text data from a file using the getline function...

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By Jacques M

Sep 23, 2023

Absolutely worth it, did learn a few things, mostly Standard C++ related coming from a Microsofto C++ background (which had no standard)

By Xavier C C

Jun 12, 2023

I have had a lot of fun implementing the code in this course!

By Quentin Q

Jun 27, 2023

Very nice refresher on C++ functions.

By Ryan L

Dec 19, 2023

The content is fine but peer review is painfully slow. Most people don't make it this far into specializations so the fewer people taking the course the less likely you are to get peer reviewed which prevents you from progressing. I'd have to recommend another course just because of that.

By Murtaza M

Feb 14, 2024

bad