by Dinesh Thakur Category: Classes in C++

 

#include <iostream.h>

#include <conio.h>
#include <string.h>
class base
{
        private:
                       char *name;
                       int len;
        public:
                       base() {}
                       base( char* n)
                        {
                                len=strlen(n);
                                name=new char(len+1);
                                strcpy(name,n);
                        }
                       base(const base& str)
                       {
                               len=str.len;
                               name=str.name;
                        }
                      void show()
                       {
                            cout<<"Name : "<<name<<"\n";
                        }
};
               void main()
        {
              clrscr();
              base s1("Dinesh Thakur");
              s1.show();
              base s3(s1);
              s3.show();
              getch();
         }
Output :
Name : Dinesh Thakur
Name : Dinesh Thakur


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