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Category Archives: C++ Programs

This function ecvt() converts the double value to string value and returns a pointer to it. The library function defined in stdlib.h header file. Syntax:… Read More
Exit a Loop in C++: If the condition of an iteration statement (for, while, or do-while statement) is omitted, that loop will not terminate unless… Read More
Class: It is a user-defined datatype enclosed with variables and functions. It is like a blueprint for an object. Class members are private by default.… Read More
Preprocessing is a stage where preprocessor directives are expanded or processed before source code is sent to the compiler. The most common example of such… Read More
In this article, we will discuss the maximum value of unsigned char data type in C++. Some properties of the unsigned char data type are:… Read More
Template: A template is a tool that reduces the efforts in writing the same code as templates can be used at those places. A template… Read More
In this article, a C++ program is discussed to manage the Hospital Management System. Given data of Hospitals with the name of hospital, contact and… Read More
In this article, we will discuss the maximum value of unsigned int in C++. Unsigned int data type in C++ is used to store 32-bit… Read More
What is string::npos: It is a constant static member value with the highest possible value for an element of type size_t. It actually means until… Read More
Need for deletion of the object: To avoid memory leak as when an object is created dynamically using new, it occupies memory in the Heap… Read More
Fast compilation on g++ build systems is basically used in compiling and executing C++ programs in the terminal. There are many options to speed up… Read More
There are two methods in which input can be taken in a more secure way: Do not display any content. Display a special character such… Read More
The expression must have class type is an error that is thrown when the dot(.) operator is used to access an object’s properties, is used… Read More
#include in C/C++: In the case of C language, #include is a standard or user-defined file in a program that tells the preprocessor to insert… Read More
It is quite common that errors may occur while reading data from a file in C++ or writing data to a file. For example, an… Read More