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Lessons

1:   C++/CLI Fundamentals
2:   Introduction to Variables
3:   Data Types
4:   Techniques of Looking Variables
5:   Introduction to Classes
6:   Classes and Memory Management
7:   Combinations and Inheritance
8:   Data Input/Output
9:   Introduction to Functions
10: Details on Passing Arguments
11: Classes and Functions
12: Classes and their Methods
13: Classes Construction and Destruction
14: The Properties of a Class
15: Function Pointers and Delegates
16: Introduction to Conditions
17: Conditional Operators
18: Conditional Expressions
19: Counting and Looping
20: Strings
21: Techniques of Using Inheritance
22: Variables Scope and Casting
23: Templates
24: Generics
25: Introduction to Arrays
26: Multi-Dimensional Arrays
27: Arrays and Classes
28: Introduction to File Processing
29: Details on File Processing
30: Files Operations
31: Serialization
32: Introduction to Indexed Properties
33: Classes and Indexed Properties
34: Introduction to Collections
35: .NET Support for Collections
36: Introduction to Built-In Collection Classes
37: Built-In Collection Classes
 
 

C++ is a language used to create computer applications that a person can use to tell the computer what to do. C++/CLI is a C++ flavor developed by Microsoft but submitted to international standardization.

This web site is dedicated to C++/CLI, providing lessons, tips, and links on how to program in this language.

 

 

 

Fundamentals

Classes

Functions

:: Intro to Variables
:: Variables Scope
:: Pointers and Handles
:: Data Reading and Formatting
 
 
:: Introduction to Classes
:: Value Types
:: Unions
:: Memory Management
:: Introduction to Methods
:: Classes and Methods
:: Static Members
:: Construction and Destruction
:: Introduction
:: Passing Arguments
:: Classes and Functions
:: Pointers to Functions
:: Function Templates
:: Generic Functions

Conditions

Using Classes

Properties of Classes

:: Boolean Variables
:: Boolean Operations
:: Enumerations
:: Logical Operations
:: Conjunction & Disjunction
:: Conditional Statements
:: Inheritance
:: Abstraction
:: Interfaces
:: Class Templates
:: Delegates
:: Generic Methods
:: Generics & Inheritance
:: Introduction
:: Indexed Properties
:: Classes and Indexed Properties
 

File Processing

Serialization

Arrays

:: Introduction
:: Details on File Processing
:: Files Operations
:: Binary
:: SOAP
:: Details
:: Introduction to Arrays
:: Multi-Dimensional Arrays
:: Jagged Arrays
:: Arrays and Classes

Collections

Namespaces

Preprocessors

:: Introduction :: Introduction :: #include
:: Array-Based :: Built-In Namespaces :: #define
:: .NET Support :: #pragma
:: ICollection
:: IList

Accessories

ADO.NET

:: Code Delimiters :: Simple Data Display

Examples

Factorial 1
Factorial 2
Permutation
Combinatorial
An Abstract Class
An Array of Objects as a Member Variable
Returning and Passing an Array of Managed Objects
Recursion: An example of creating and using a function that calls itself
Last Update: Tuesday, September 06, 2011 21:39
Started on Sunday 07 May 2006
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