OOP

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Contents: 1. Destructor. 2. When Constructors and Destructors are Called. Destructor Is a member function in the class, which has the following characteristics: 1. It has the same name as the class preceded with a tilde '~'. For example, the destructor for class Time is declared: ~Time ( ) 2. It doesn't return any type. 3. It is called when objects are destroyed to release all allocated resources...
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Contents: 1. Constructors. 2. Default Constructors. 3. Constructors with Arguments. 4. Time Class with Constructors. Constructors: Constructor is a member function in the class, which has the following characteristics: 1. It has the same name as the class. 2. It doesn't return any type. 3. It is called every time an instance of a class is created. 3. It initialize the class members with initial...
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Content: 1. Function overloading in C++. 2. Default arguments in c++. Function Overloading in C++: We can have multiple definitions for the same function name in the same scope. The definition of the function must differ from each other by the types and/or the number of arguments in the argument list. We can not overload function declarations that differ only by return type. Example: We can...
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Contents: 1.The Concept of Abstraction. 2.procedural Abstraction and Data Abstraction. 3.Structure in C++. 4.OOP in C++. 5.Time Class Example.
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In this set of tutorial we will learn object oriented programming in c++ . Object Oriented programming helps you develop softwares using a new approach. In this book you will learn the core concepts of object Oriented programming i.e inheritance , polymorphism and composition. We will learn what are these techniques and how to use these techniques as we go through the course. We will also learn...
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In this article you'll read about inheritance in c++ and see some simple examples of inheritance use in the programm.
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Introduction: Welcome to my tutorial on how to use OOP (Object Oriented Programming), I am using Java to do this however, the principle applies for OOP in general. Steps of Creation: Step 1: First I have created a simple project in Java IDE called Eclipse. I have two classes, one called Main to host the form/frame/window of the application and handle the output, and a Game class which is going to...
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The Sales And Monitoring i created for my cousin. basically just a simple project for their SAD. PROGRAMMER: WINSTON L. GUBANTES System Requirements: 1. Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, 2005 OR HIGHER 2. CPU(Intel,Amd) 1ghz or higher 3. RAM 512 mb or higher (1gig recommended) 4. Flash Player (later versions) Requirements for IDE: 1. C# VS STUDIO 2010 Professional Edition...
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This is a Java Applet that demonstrates the implementation of Queues using Array Structure.
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This Code is More advance than my previous upload. This is an Object Oriented Dot net Code I made this code not to say that I' am Good. I just want to share with you guys what i've learn I saw many sample codes in dot net that still using VB 6 code.I'm not telling that it's not OK or what but when you enter .net framework world

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