Objects and OOPs concept in C++

How is Objects used in OOPs concept of C++?


Objects are instance of a class, that interact with each other at runtime. In OOPs, Objects are decalred at the end of the class definition or after the "}" braces. They can be of any type based on its declaration

Example :

#include <iostream.h>
class Cube
int cub( val)
r = val*val*val;
return r;
void show()
cout << "The cube is::" << r;
int val, r; }x;
void main()
Cube x;

Result :

The cbe is :: 8

In the above example "x" is an object of the class "Cube" used to access the functions inside the class.

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