CodeWithMosh - Ultimate C++ Part 3: Advanced

CodeWithMosh - Ultimate C++ Part 3: Advanced

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Master object-oriented programming with C++. Learn all about classes, inheritance, exceptions, templates and more.​

Learn to write C++ code with confidence​

C++ is the language of choice for video games, embdded systems, IoT devices, high-performance apps, operating systems, database management systems, compilers, and so on. It's also the father of many languages like C#, Java, and JavaScript.

With so many uses, it's one of the best languages to learn these days.

The problem is: C++ is complicated and most books and courses fail to explain it properly, in simple words, the way most, if not all people, can understand. That's why I've created this series for you.

I've put together what I've learned about C++ over the last 20 years into a series of easy-to-follow video packed with real-world examples and exercises.

Comprehensive yet clear, concise, and free of fluff.

By the end of this course, you'll be able to…​

  • Write C++ code with confidence
  • Understand and apply object-oriented programming techniques
  • Get ready to learn related C++ technologies (eg Unreal Engine)

What You'l Learn...​

This course is the third part of a three-part series. The first part covers the basics:
  • Fundamentals of programming
  • Data types
  • Decision making
  • Loops
  • Functions
  • Debugging C++ applications

The second part covers intermediate-level concepts:
  • Arrays
  • Pointers
  • Strings
  • Structures
  • Enumerations
  • Streams

This part covers advanced concepts:
  • Classes
  • Operator Overloading
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Exceptions
  • Templates

Bite-sized, memorable and easy-to-digest videos with zero fluff

Who is this course for?​

  • C++ developers who want to level up their skills
  • College students who want to better understand C++


To take this course, you should have watched the first two parts or have a thorough understanding of the concepts covered there. You should be able to write basic C++ programs and know all about functions, arrays, pointers, and strings.
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