C++ Tutorial

C++ Tutorial – Learn C++ Programming with examples

C++ Tutorial – Learn C++ Programming with examples

Please find more details about basic concepts in this C++ Tutorial –
C++ language is a direct descendant of C programming language with additional features such as type checking, object oriented programming, exception handling etc. You can call it a “better C”. It was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup. C++ is a general purpose language language, when I say general purpose it simply means that it is designed to be used for developing applications in a wide variety of domains.

C++ Tutorial:

To learn C++ programming, refer these tutorials in the given order. These tutorials are written for beginners so even if you have no prior knowledge in C++, you won’t face any difficulty understanding these tutorials.


1. First C++ Program – Hello World!
2. Variables and their types
3. Data types
4. Operators in C++

Control Statements:

5. If, if..else-if statement
6. Switch Case in C++
7. For loop
8. while loop
9. do while loop
10. Continue statement
11. Break statement
12. goto statement


13. Functions in C++
14. Default arguments in Functions
15. C++ Recursion


16. Arrays
17. Multidimensional arrays
18. Passing Array to function
19. C++ Strings


20. Pointers in C++
21. this Pointer


22. OOPs Concepts
23. Constructor
24. Destructor
25. Structure
26. How to pass and return struct from function
27. Enumeration
28. Inheritance
29. Polymorphism
30. Function Overloading
31. Function Overriding
32. Virtual Function: Run time Polymorphism
33. Encapsulation
34. Abstraction
35. Interfaces – Abstract class
36. Pass and return object from function
37. Friend class and friend Function

Features of C++

1) Better memory management – you can dynamically allocate memory during runtime using new and delete operator in C++ to have better memory management.
2) Object oriented – C++ supports object oriented programming features, which means we can use the popular OOPs concepts such as Abstraction, Inheritance, Encapsulation and Inheritance in C++ programs, these features make writing code in C++ a lot easier. We will cover them in detail in this tutorial series.
3) Portable – Most of C++ compilers supports ANSI standards that makes C++ portable because the code you write on one operating system can be run on other Operating system without making any change. We cannot say C++ a fully platform independent language as certain things in C++ are not portable, such as drawing graphics on a screen, since standard C++ has no graphics or GUI API.
4) Structured programming language – We have functions in C++, which makes easier to break a problem into small blocks of code and structure the program in such a way so that it improves readability and reusability.
5) Exception handling: Just like Java we can do exception handling in C++ which makes it easier to identify and handle the exceptions.
6) Simple – Last but not least, just like C, it is easier to write a program in C++. Once you get familiar with the syntax of C++ programming language, it becomes a lot easier to code in C++.

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