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EXPERIMENT 1 – REVISION OF C++ POINTERS AND ARRAYS 1. Objectives : (a). Revise arrays and use of arrays with pointers (b). To learn basic terminologies and syntax to use pointers in C++ 2. Time Required : 3 hrs 3. Software Required : (a). Windows OS (b). Bloodshed DevC++ (c). Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 4. Constructors: It is convenient if an object can initialize itself when it is first created, without need to make a separate call to its member functions. C++ provides a non-static member function called as constructor that is automatically called when object is created. After objects are created, their members can be initialized by using constructors. Important points to be noted while using constructors Constructor name must be the same as that of its class name in which it belongs. Constructors are invoked automatically when objects are created. Constructors cannot specify return types nor return values. Constructors cannot be declared static or const. Constructors should have public access within the class.Whe 5. Destructors: A destructor is a member function that is called automatically when an object is destroyed.
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