Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in C++ Course

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Object Oriented Programming (OOP) is commonly used when writing code with C++. In this crash course, you will learn what OOP is and how to implement it using C++.

This course was developed by Saldina Nurak (CodeBeauty). Check out her channel:

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (0:00:00) Introduction
⌨️ (0:00:54) Introduction to OOP
⌨️ (0:03:17) Classes and objects
⌨️ (0:10:40) Access modifiers
⌨️ (0:17:26) Constructors
⌨️ (0:29:39) Encapsulation
⌨️ (0:39:50) Abstraction
⌨️ (0:52:23) Inheritance
⌨️ (1:15:43) Polymorphism
⌨️ (1:28:26) Outro
⌨️ (1:29:01) Bloopers

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41 thoughts on “Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in C++ Course”

  1. Contributing to the IT community, software developers in particular is my big passion and one of my main goals.
    Ty Beau for letting me reach out to all these lovely enthusiasts and helping me to come a bit closer to achieving that goal. 🤞💗

    And to all of you watching this video, I hope you will find it useful, it would make me very happy!
    For any questions and comments, you know where to find me. Much love from CodeBeauty! 💗💗

    1. Youtube Google

      Hey Saldina, Your course was really great awesome outstanding perfect. 👍🔥

      The smile at the end was also perfect 😂

  2. ↁคภเєl ςгยz

    I’m 14 minutes deep and you’ve already taught me more than my teacher in the whole semester, thanks!

    1. 4671_ Mrunal wankhede

      @A A I’m in 1st years B.Tech, My university is still teaching me chemistry instead of cpp.

    2. @4671_ Mrunal wankhede like they should. A one month full time course in year 3 should be more than enoug.

  3. “As you can see we have an error, but it’s a different error. Which means we’re making progress!”

    This sums up everything I’m doing in college and in life 🤣❤

  4. Mohammed Azeem Uddin

    Day after tomorrow I have C++ exam, I had knowledge about procedural programming language(c) and about classes before watching this video. I swear that I have understood all the concepts explained in this video and I have implemented them in vs code by my own. Found this video very much helpful. Her way of explanation is remarkable. Hats off to you.
    Love from India.

  5. Nice audio, nice font size, nice flow of topic, nice speed, clearly explained. Stamped as quality! 👍 🙂

  6. I love how there are no unnecessary comments or random transitions/animations used in your video. Your video is simple, you present your ideas straight to the point. Just what I needed to refresh my memory on OOP C++. Thank you so much.

    1. @Madan Mohan it means that developer and teacher MUST also have a askForPromotion() function. if it doesnt, e.g. teacher doesnt have it, code wont run. known as abstract class.

  7. Saldina, I have been watching this tutorial for under thirty minutes and you have already helped clarify the majority of the questions that I had prior to watching. Thank you! Please, do not take it the wrong way, but I love you. You are awesome. I have been teaching ESL for over ten years and I am learning to develop in the blockchain and you have made things rather simple for me. I love you so much!

  8. That’s a really good video for an introduction to OOP concepts in C++.
    A few things you could have added (but maybe it was out of the scope of this video) were static members, const members, override, inline, final and friend keywords.
    Another video on these “advanced” concept might be relevant ?
    Anyway, big shoutout to the huge efforts you put in these videos, it shows in their quality. My only hope is that you sleep enough. I don’t know how you manage the time for these videos in addition to your job

    1. i-> virtual void AskForPromotion()=0; (I don’t understand why it’s =0 ). Please help me anyone

    2. Mani Chandan Naru

      @Madan Mohan its to set it as a pure virtual function. Check abstract class and Interface for its usage.

  9. This is a phenomenal refresher for me. I recently graduated with my bachelors and I’m hoping to get my first job here soon which will use C++. This is helping me prepare for upcoming technical interviews. Thanks for making this video and presenting the content clearly.

  10. Ahmad Hamza Khan

    The way of explanation is so well that we can easily understand the applications of OOPS in real life problems.
    Excellent job.

  11. Carlos Antonio Galeano Ríos

    I have been studying all kinds of complex subjects for decades with some extremely gifted teachers at times; still, this is one of the best classes I’ve ever seen.

  12. You have a wonderful way of breaking down complexity into simpler concepts. Thank you for this video!

  13. Thank you for the short and beautiful tutorial. Appreciate the work put on this video.

  14. Tahir Ghayoor

    I’ve learnt many things from this course, Thank you for making OOP so easy :).


    The way you taught was amazing (no words to describe how beautifully u taught) and you just gave your best efforts to make us understand clearly. A Million Thanks To You , Dear ” SADINA ma’am “

  16. Wooow thanks for making my life easy in college, I thought OOP is difficult but now with the lecture am ready to learn more, it’s just amazing how programming is

  17. Ricardo Alonzo Ugalde

    The entire video was amazing. You are a phenomenal teacher! I was not expecting the outtakes at the end and its hilarious when you laugh at your own jokes! A+

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