Demystifying Containers in STL in C++
What you'll learn
- They would understand intricacies of Standard Template Library
- They would know how Containers, Iterators and Algorithms work inside STL
- In this course they would understanding functioning of STL containers.
- Hands on Experience of Programming in C++
- Working knowledge of Templates in C++
- C++ IDE like CodeBlock or gcc under Linux Compiler or Eclipse Mars C++ IDE
Perhaps you are already using C++ as your main programming language to solve problems as a part of academics or profession. It doesn't mean that you have already used STL. You may have noticed, though, that many coders manage to write their code much more quickly and concisely than you.
Or perhaps you are a C++ student, and want to add one more skill set because of the great functionality of this language and its libraries.
Regardless of where you’re coming from, this course can help you to explore the magical world of STL containers. In it, we will review some of the powerful features of the Containers in Standard Template Library (STL) – a great tool that, sometimes, can save you a lot of time in an professional and academic life.
This is going to be the first course in three-part course series divided into Containers, Iterators and Algorithms separately.
However before taking this course, you should be well versed with C++ and templates in C++.
Who this course is for:
- Absolute beginners having knowledge of C++ and Templates in C++
- Interested in learning advanced concepts of C++
- Want to become ready for facing interview
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