Thread: where do i define a struct in my code using an array class

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    where do i define a struct in my code using an array class

    is it any different when using a class in my code

    my previous code i define my struct like this

    #include <iostream>
    #include <fstream>
    #include <string>
               int type 1;
               string type2;
               double type 3;
               string type 4;
    void print(){
                    //code to print in here 
    int main(){
    but i have to use a class now

    so my code looks something like this

    #include <iostream>
    #include <fstream>
    #include <string>
    using namespace std;
    class Array_Class
            void Print();
            int count;   //do I define the struct here 
            int *A;
    int main(){
    or do i still define it the same way at the top of my code.

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    The only difference is that in a struct all members are public by default.

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    In object oriented programming, the implementation of the class, the data of the class, should be private so that access to it and modifications to objects can be checked. The interface, the functions which provide access to data and modify data, should be public. Whether you declare a struct inside a class is up to you.

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    Your "previous example", as you've shown it, isn't valid code. The code you have now is just as good, in the sense that it won't compile either.

    In C++, a class is the same as a struct, except that default access is private in a class and public in a struct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c++noob145 View Post
    do I define the struct here ... or do i still define it the same way at the top of my code.
    The answer to that question is "No". You don't make a struct as well. The class is instead of a struct.
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