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The test verifies the knowledge and skills of the C++.

C++ is a statically typed, free-form, multi-paradigm, compiled, general-purpose programming language. It is regarded as an intermediate-level language, as it comprises a combination of both high-level and low-level language features.

C++ is one of the most popular programming languages. Allows for abstraction of Data and use of the paradigms of Procedural Programming, object-oriented programming and generic programing. C++ is characterized by the high code efficiency, direct access to the hardware resources and system features. C++ is also helpful in creating and using C++ and C libraries or other programming languages libraries. Guarantees high portability of the source code and independence from the system and hardware platform. The additional benefit is small runtime environment.

C++ is primarily used in programming of the applications and operating systems.

The following example question may arise in the test:

Choose elements that must be initialized in the constructor's initalization list:
a) Pointers
b) Constant pointers
c) Pointers to constants
d) References
e) Objects of the subclasses, if subclasses contain constructors with parameters.
e) Static elements

section: "Object-Oriented Programming", intermediate

Questions to answer: 46
Time to test: 40 min
Test price: 8.55 EUR
  • C++ - basis (11)
    The overall program and syntax structure, variables, functions, operators and expressions, control instructions, etc..
  • C++ - The templates of functions and classes (8)
    Class and function templates, container classes, exception handling, the STL library; vector, deque, set, multiset, map, multimap, list, stack, priority_quque.
  • C++ - Object-Oriented Programming (13)
    Classes, special methods, operator overloading, inheritance, virtual functions.
  • C++ - String and I/O operations (4)
    String; I/O operations; std::ostream istd::stream; std::fstream, std::ofstream and std::ifstream; std::ostringstream and std::istringstream; manipulators.
  • C++ - Pointers and references (10)
    Pointers and references are one of the basic mechanisms of C++. They are essential and necessary in many applications and programming in C++ requires knowledge about them.