C++ Tutorials

  When a function is declared inline, the function is expanded at the calling block. The function is not treated as a separate unit like other normal functions. But a compiler is free to decide, if a function qualifies to be an inline function. If the inline function is found to have larger chunk of [...]

Function overloading is the practice of declaring the same function with different signatures. The same function name will be used with different number of parameters and parameters of different type. But overloading of functions with different return types are not allowed. For example in this C++ Tutorial let us assume an AddAndDisplay function with different [...]

A class in C++ is an encapsulation of data members and functions that manipulate the data. The class can also have some other important members which are architecturally important.     This C++ Tutorial discusses the components of a C++ class. More C++ tutorials will follow. C++ Tutorial – Class Data Members: Very important point about [...]

This C++ Tutorial concentrates on some of the storage class specifiers in C++. The storage class specifiers are used to change the way of creating the memory storage for the variables. C++ tutorial – auto: This auto specifier tells the compiler that the variable declared will go out of scope once the program exits from [...]

C++ Arrays are the data structures which can be used to store consecutive values of the same data types. C++ Arrays can be declared for all c++ data types viz., int, float, double, char, struct, char etc., All the values are stored in consecutive memory locations. The values can be accessed by using the position [...]

C++ practically offers most of the necessary data types except for a basic data type string. This is a big trouble in C++ without such a good feature. Anyway, this c++ tutorial will discuss the basic data types necessary for c++ programming. C++ tutorial – Number data types: int: This int keyword is used to [...]

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