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Learn To Use The Multi-Talented Printf() Function In C++

The Printf function is one of the oldest and most powerful functions that we use to print out strings or that we use to print out to a stream or to another string. Do you want to learn the basics of printf() function? Who says you can’t use printf() in Modern C++? Who says printf() is oldish ? 🙂Before we used cout cin in C++ (actually I don’t use them in my Modern Apps), we were…
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Learn To Use Wide Strings (wstring) In C++

In this post, you’ll discover what wstring is. How can we use long strings? What is the distinction between string and wstring? By learning wide strings (wstring) and terms, it will help you to build C++ applications with the use of a C++ IDE. Generally, in Introduction to C++ lessons, examples start with string examples and end with them, while Modern C++ uses Wide Strings and Unicode…
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Learn about Eligible Default Constructor in C++

Do you want to learn what is Eligible Default Constructor or what kind of methods we have that we can declare and use Eligible default constructors? In this post, we will try to explain the Eligible Default Constructor with examples.The Constructorin C++ is a function, a method in the class, but it is a ‘special method’ that is automatically called when an object of a class is…
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Learn about Implicitly-Declared Copy Constructor

Do you want to declare a copy constructor in a implicit way ? Implicitly-Declared Copy Constructor helps you to do this, here is the full post; The Constructorin C++ is a function, a method in the class, but it is a ‘special method’ that is automatically called when an object of a class is created. We don’t need to call this function. Whenever a new object of a class is…
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