C++ Interview Questions and Answers
Ques 86. Write a program that ask for user input from 5 to 9 then calculate the average
int total =0;
cout<<"Please enter your input from 5 to 9";
cout<<"please re type your input";
total = total + numb;
average= total /MAX;
cout<<"The average number is"<<average<<endl;
Ques 87. Assignment Operator - What is the diffrence between a "assignment operator" and a "copy constructor"?Ans.
In assignment operator, you are assigning a value to an existing object. But in copy constructor, you are creating a new object and then assigning a value to that object. For example:
c1=c2; //this is assignment
complex c3=c2; //copy constructor
A copy constructor is used to initialize a newly declared variable from an existing variable. This makes a deep copy like assignment, but it is somewhat simpler:
There is no need to test to see if it is being initialized from itself.
There is no need to clean up (eg, delete) an existing value (there is none).
A reference to itself is not returned.
Ques 88. RTTI - What is RTTI?Ans.
RTTI stands for "Run Time Type Identification". In an inheritance hierarchy, we can find out the exact type of the objet of which it is member. It can be done by using:
1) dynamic id operator
2) typecast operator
RTTI is defined as follows: Run Time Type Information, a facility that allows an object to be queried at runtime to determine its type. One of the fundamental principles of object technology is polymorphism, which is the ability of an object to dynamically change at runtime.
Ques 89. STL Containers - What are the types of STL containers?Ans.
There are 3 types of STL containers:
1. Adaptive containers like queue, stack
2. Associative containers like set, map
3. Sequence containers like vector, deque
Ques 90. What is the need for a Virtual Destructor ?Ans.
Destructors are declared as virtual because if do not declare it as virtual the base class destructor will be called before the derived class destructor and that will lead to memory leak because derived classâ??s objects will not get freed.Destructors are declared virtual so as to bind objects to the methods at runtime so that appropriate destructor is called.
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