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By Sourav Sahay

Starting with an evidence of the procedure-oriented programming approach, the position performed via constructions during this process, and the explanations that ended in the construction of OOPS, the publication offers a scientific dialogue of gains reminiscent of sessions, items, dynamic reminiscence administration, constructors, destructors, inheritance, dynamic polymorphism, and operator overloading. The options of move dealing with, templates (including the normal Template Library), and exception dealing with were lined intimately to supply extra keep watch over and comfort to programmers.

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They should not be speci¿ed in the function de¿nitions. While compiling a function call, the compiler will de¿nitely have its prototype. Its de¿nition will probably be located after the function call. It might be in the same ¿le, or it will be in a different ¿le or library. Thus, to ensure a successful compilation of the function calls where values for arguments having default values have not been passed, the compiler must be aware of those default values. Hence, default values must be speci¿ed in the function prototype.

12 illustrates the point. 2 However, such explicit address manipulation by an application programmer cannot be prevented. 12). 9 Arrow Operator Member functions can be called with respect to an object through a pointer pointing at the object. The arrow operator (->) does this. 13. ) operator, the de¿nition of the arrow (->) operator has also been extended in C++. It takes not only data members on its right as in C, but also member functions as its right-hand side operand. If the operand on its right is a data member, then the arrow operator behaves just as it does in C language.

Cpp*/ First, let us have a close look at the modi¿ed de¿nition of the structure Distance. Two new keywords, private and public have been introduced in the de¿nition of the structure. Their presence in the foregoing example tells the compiler that iFeet and fInches are private data members of variables of the structure Distance and the member functions are public. Thus, values of iFeet and fInches of each variable of the structure Distance can be accessed/ modi¿ed only through member functions of the structure and not by any non-member function in the program (again note that it is the iFeet and fInches of the invoking object that are accessed/modi¿ed by the member functions).

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