Module 11 - Object-Orientd Programming 1Module Overview
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1.) C++ is not the C Language -- Course Introduction
2.) C++ Batteries Included - STL and GDB Debugging with the STL
3.) Functions 1: Making our code more modular | GDB and Functions
4.) Input and Output
5.) C++: Thinking about memory
6.) Memory Allocation and Layout
7.) Arrays, Splines, and SFML Library Introduction
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Module Overview

In this module we start working with the SFML library!


Module Outline

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    • RAII
    • Classes
    • Encapsulation
    • Interface versus Implementation
    • The Three Amigos (or Three musketeers) Copy constructor
    • The Four muskeeters! (Copy Assignment)
    • Shallow and Deep Copy

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int main(){

    return 0;
}

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