TDDD38 Advanced Programming in C++
Examples of theory questions are given to easy such studies. No answers are given!
Mixed exercises exercises relate to material covered by lecture 2-12 (After lecture 2: Basic language constructs, Statements, Functions; after lecture 4-5: Class, Overloading, Type Conversion; after lecture 6-7: Derivation; after lecture 7: Exceptions).
Aggregates and List initialization exercise with some parts suitable do after lecture 3, some after lecture 4-5
Smart pointer exercise suitable do after lecture 5
Geometric objects exercise suitable do after lecture 6-7
Policy-based Class Design for Smart Pointers exercise suitable do after lecture 9
Character Traits exercise suitable do after lecture 9
Container Design exercise suitable do after lecture 10
Fixed Size Container exercise suitable do after lecture 10
Standard Library exercises suitable do after lecture 10-12
Tracer - a class with a default constructor, copy constructor, copy assigment operator, and destructor, which prints trace messages, allowing for following object creation, copying, and destruction.
demangle() a function to do "name demangling", i.e translate (demangle) a name used internally by g++ (mangled name) for, e.g., a type name, back to the actual name. Demangle takes a std::type_info object as argument, calls std::type_info::name(), which will return the mangeled name, and give this mangled name to the implementation supplied function __cxa_demangle(), which does the demangling.
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Last updated: 2013-01-18