can classes be put into header files?
This is a discussion on classes within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; can classes be put into header files?...
Yes. Traditionally, the class declaration is put in a header, and the definition in a source file. Exceptions include templated classes or templated member functions of the class which are usually put in the header as well.
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Inline functions usually live in headers, too, as some/many compilers can't inline unless the function is fully visible to that compilation unit.