Performing Operator Overloading in C++ with example

As we know The variables of primitive data types can perform a number of different operations (functions) using operators like (+, - , /, *)/ For Example: a + b * c...

Operator overloading in C++

As we know The variables of primitive data types can perform a number of different operations (functions) using operators like (+, - , /, *)/ For Example:  a + b * c ...

constructors and destructors in C++

We can use a constructor as a function and can pass arguments to it, but it must have no return type. Destructors are also member function of the class which Performs...

Classes with applications in C++

Classes are defined by using the keyword “ class ”  and have a body closed in braces {}  just like structures and ends with a semicolon( ; ). We cannot initialize...

Linked Lists with applications in C++

In computer science, linked lists are data structure consisting of a group of nodes which together represent a sequence. Under the simplest form, each node is composed of a data and...

Object Oriented Programming and Databases

Programming itself evolved from several stages and now we have Object Oriented Programming as the most mature and popular approach. On the other hand, interaction with database has always been tricky...