by Dinesh Thakur Category: Classes in C++

 

#include <iostream.h>

#include<conio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
class OuterClass
{
      public:
                 void outerFunction();
                 class InnerClass
              {
     public:
                  void innerFunction();
              };
};
                  void OuterClass::outerFunction()
             {
                  cout << "This is a function in the base class\n";
                  InnerClass myclass;
                  myclass. innerFunction();
              }
                  void OuterClass:: InnerClass:: innerFunction()
             {
                  cout<< "This is a function in the InnerClass class \n";
              }
                   void main()
             {
                   clrscr();
                   OuterClass myclass;
                   myclass.outerFunction();
                   getch();
              }

Define Inner Class

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