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Get Expert Help Getting Started with C++ Live Nov. 19

Get Expert Help Getting Started with C++ Live Nov. 19

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Are you ready to learn C++? The ramp probably won’t be as steep as you think. Author Kate Gregory and Microsoft’s James McNellis will be in our studio live to teach you the basics of C++ from the ground up, whether you’re updating legacy code or writing new code for new platforms. You’ll learn the fundamentals, how to use the language and its Standard Library effectively, and how to use the Visual Studio environment for developing C++, including debugging, exploring code, and understanding error messages.  We’ve planned a great starting point for building software in C++.

C++: A General Purpose Language and Library

Date:  November 19, 2013
Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Where: Live, online virtual classroom
Cost: Free!

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  • How would you write a program without using a sleep() or a delay() to display the 100 natural numbers with a time delay of 5 seconds ?

  • Best to attend the class live. You'll be able to get your questions answered by our experts then :-)

  • hello.... why this program get error in the university class to call the student class function and to call the teacher class function in the university class...plz help...



    overridnig

    #include
    using namespace std;

    class student
    {
    int sid;
    char sname[10];

    public:
    void getdata()

    {
    cout<<" enter student data = ";
    cin>>sid>>sname;
    }
    void showdata()
    {
    cout<<"studentId:"< }
    };
    class teacher
    {
    int eid;
    char tname[10];

    public:
    void getdata()
    {
    cout<<" enter teacher data =";
    cin>>eid>>tname;
    }
    void showdata()
    {
    cout<<" Teacher Emloye ID:"< }};

    class University
    {
    char uname[10];
    public:
    void getdata()
    {
    cin>>uname;
    student::getdata();
    teacher::showdata();


    }

    void showdata ()
    {
    cout< student::getdata();
    teacher::showdata();
    }
    };

    void main()
    {
    University u;

    u.getdata();
    u.showdata();
    };

  • this error in Object Oriented programming...

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