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Creating a class in c++

Mahesh C
31/10/2018 0 0


Before we proceed with understanding as to how to create a class in c++, we need to first understand the what is a class.

Definition : A class is a container of related data and methods (functions).


StudentDetails Class
Data Members : StudentName , StudentAge ,  StudentAddress
Methods : GetStudentData , SetStudentData

The above example shows a simple example as how we can group details of the students and the methods that will be used to access them.

Syntax for creating a class:

class name 


        Access Modifier:

                             Data members;

       Access Modifier:



Access Modifiers can be:

private  Visible only inside the class.
protected Visible inside the class as well as derived (inherited) class.
public  Visible to every one.

Note : Normally data members will be either private or protected and methods will be public.


class StudentDetails{


                  int studentAge;

                  char studentName[20];

                  char studentAddress[50];

            public :

                 void SetStudentData(){

                             //you can write the logic for setting the data


                void GetStudentData(){

                           //you can write the logic for displaying the student data






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