by Dinesh Thakur Category: Classes in C++

 

#include<iostream.h>

#include<conio.h>
class student   //global class
{
      private:
                    int rn;
                    float fees;
      public:
                    void readdata()
               {
                      cout<<"Enter the rollno. and fees of the student";
                      cin>>rn>>fees;
               }
                    void writedata()
               {
                     cout<<"The rollno. is "<<rn<<endl;
                     cout<<"The fees is "<<fees<<endl;
                }
};
             void main()
        {           
             clrscr();
             student st;   //local object
             st.readdata();
             st.writedata();
             getch();
        }

Declare The Local Object

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