by Dinesh Thakur Category: Array Pointer and Union

 

#include<iostream.h>

#include<conio.h>
class rec
{
     private:
                  int I;
                  int b;
     public:
                  rec()
              {
                      cout<<"Constructor with no parameter invoked "<<endl;
               }
                 void read()
              {
                 cout<<"Enter length & breadth : ";
                 cin>>I>>b;
              }
                void area()
              {
                cout<<"Area is "<<I*b <<endl;
              }
               ~rec()
             {
                cout<<"Destructor invoked"<<endl;
              }
};
        void main()
     {
            clrscr();
            rec *p;
            p = new rec;
            p->read();
            p->area();
            cout<<"Destroying object\n";
            delete p;
            cout<<"End of program";
            getch();
     }

Use Of New & Delete Operators



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