Chapter 11. Working with Classes
In this chapter you’ll learn about the following:
• Friend functions
• State members
rand() to generate random values
• Class conversion functions
C++ classes are feature-rich, complex, and powerful. In Chapter 9, “Memory Models and Namespaces,” you began a journey toward object-oriented programming by learning to define and use a simple class. You saw how a class defines a data type by defining the type of data to be used to represent an object and by also defining, through member functions, the operations that can be performed with that data. And you learned about two special member ...