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UCLA / Computer Science and Engineering / COM SCI 32 / What are private data members?

What are private data members?

What are private data members?

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School: University of California - Los Angeles
Department: Computer Science and Engineering
Course: Intro to Computer Science II
Professor: Nachenberg/smallberg
Term: Winter 2016
Tags: const, class, struct, c++, invariant, circular, incomplete, Declaration, Binary, search, compile, guard, header, cpp, member, and variables
Cost: Free
Name: CS 32 Week 1: Class and Struct Basics
Description: These notes discuss classes, structs, and how they're used (with the extended example of a Circle class), and talk about how the class declarations, method implementations, and main function can be split among several files. There is also a quick mention of searches, invariants (constraints on class member variables), and const values and functions.
Uploaded: 04/09/2018
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