Object-oriented languages like C++ enable you to create your own data types. This is important for several reasons.
New data types make programs easier to visualize and implement from designs.
User-defined data types are reusable.
You may modify and enhance new data types as programs evolve and specifications change.
New data types let you create objects with simple declarations.
An object is an instantiation of a data type. Here are some examples.
Window w; // Window object Database ood; // Database object Device d; // Device object
Once we create new data types and instantiate objects, what can programs do with them? New data types come with a set of legal operations, or methods. Programs manipulate objects through ...