To add on to shabbir...overloading is the process of giving a particular operator another meaning.
For eg. while using cout << "hello world";...
Thank Dawei...will check the assemble for reference.
So am i right in saying
if i allocate a character pointer with 100 bytes of memory..in reality there is 100 bytes + 4...
But internally even for a reference to work all it does is stores the address of the location it references .Thats how both the variable and the...
what is the difference btw a pointer and a reference in C++?
correct me if i am wrong, both of them hold the address of...
delete() in C take a void pointer as an argument.How does it know how many bytes of memory to delete ? Can anyone help me out ?
Thanks in advance
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