Hello fellow C++ Developers!
This week is another milestone in the “Introduction to C++” posts of our LearnCPlusPlus.org website, we start to add posts about Object-Oriented Programming, and we will dive into Classes & Objects in the next few weeks so keep following along.
This week’s topics include
- What is the main function in C++?
- How can we define and declare functions?
- What is the difference between declaration and definition of functions?
- What does void mean?
- How we use the return type in function?
- How we can overload a Function?
- What is overloading mean in C++?
- How we can pass the parameters of a function by reference?
This week’s topics will teach you all this and particularly details about functions.
If you are a beginner, new to C++, or if you are a Delphi developer and want to learn or remember the basics of C++, these posts are good to improve your programming skills.
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Before we start on the details of Object Oriented Programming let’s learn about functions in C++. Here are our post picks from the last week for C++ beginners,
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