C++

What is Constructor Overloading in C++ and How it works

In this article you will learn about constructor overloading. Before you read this article, you must read the previous article How constructor works in C++. Constructor overloading rules are same as in Function overloading in C++ but working is different. Formal Definition: The process of defining m
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Function Overloading in c++

In this article, I’ll will briefly explain you Function Overloading. Function overloading is a strong feature of C++ which was not available in C language. Formal Definition: In function overloading, you can have same name of function for multiple definitions (Multiple functions can have same name
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How Destructor works in C++

Destructors in C++ In this article you will provided basic information about destructor in C++. Destructor is an instance member function of a class. The name of destructor is same as class but preceded by tiled (~) operator. Destructors can never be static. Destructors has no return type. Destructo
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How Constructor works in C++

Constructors in C++ Constructor is a member function of class. The name of a constructor is same as class name. It has no return type, so you can’t use return keyword within constructor body. C++ constructor does not return even void as return type.It must be an instance member function, so it m
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Object and Classes in C++

Object:             Object in OOP can be considered as any real word item/entity Basically an object is any data item that is identifiable as an single data item like Camera , Monitor , Laptop etc .In c++ and other  OO  programming languages , the data and  funtions (procedures to mani
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Keywords and Reserved Words in C++

In this article you will be provided the list of keywords which are in C++ language and also  a basic view about the difference between “Keywords” , “Reserved words” and “Standard Identifiers”. Difference between Keywords ,  Reserved words  and “Standard Identifiers: In most program
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Why OOP instead Structural Approach?

This writing will provide you the basics of two main programing approaches : Structural Approach Object oriented Approach   Before starting C++ with OOP it is important to understand the difference between structural approach and OO approach. Here I’ll try to clear the questions which arise i
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