Comments in C++
How are Comments used in C++?
are text that are ignored by the C++ compiler. Like other languages comments are used for reference for future.
There are two types of comments used in C++. First type is a single line comment that is enclosed within two forward slashes("//") in the begining as well as in the end. The other type is multiline comment that is enclosed between a "/*" and "*/".
#include <iostream.h> int main()
cout << "Enter a integer::"; //This is a single line comment//
cin >> a;
a value for a */
cout << "Value is::" << a << endl;
Enter a integer::4
In the above example both types of comments are used, but the compiler simply compiles the code alone.