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Unformatted text preview: assorted user-accessible functions,etc.
accessible functions,etc assorted user-accessible functions,etc.
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Applied Programming Applied Programming The implementation of the class is the actual
code for the functions. The header file should
also be #included here.
#include Any such member functions have access to both
the public and private sections of the class –
public and private sections
and can just refer to the variables (and functions)
by These functions are preceded by a prefix
consisting of the class name and two colons as in
LinkedList::Remove() But here is where the power of the class appears. W e'll see the effect of this prefix on the compiled
code a little later. A class is a declared type – not a variable.
Once the type is declared, instances of that type
can be declared.
can Applied Programming For example
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