Category: C++ Programming Tutorials

Operator Overloading in C++

Operator Overloading enables us to make the standard operators, like +, -, * etc, to work with the objects of our own data types or classes. We can write a function which redefines a particular operator so that it performs a specific operation when it is used with the object of a class.

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The Standard C++ Library

The 1998 C++ standard consists of two parts: the core language and the C++ standard library; the latter includes most of the Standard Template Library and a slightly modified version of the C standard library. Many C++ libraries...

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Destructors in C++

As opposed to a constructor, a destructor is called when a program has finished using an instance of an object. A destructor does the cleaning behind the scenes. Like the default constructor, the compiler always create a default...

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Constructors in C++

A constructor is a special method that is created when the object is created or defined. This particular method holds the same name as that of the object and it initializes the instance of the object whenever that object is created. The constructor also usually holds the initialization of the different declared member variables of its object.

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Introduction to Classes in C++

A class is an organisation of data and functions which operate on them. Data structures are called data members and the functions are called member functions, The combination of data members and member functions constitute a data object or simply an object.

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