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H suffix. h suffix, or better yet; get another compiler. 3 The Container Classes Interface The container classes have many member functions that have the same names. These functions provide the same (or very similar) interface for each of the classes (though, of course, the implementations will be different). The following table lists the functions that we shall consider in more detail. A star opposite a function name indicates that the container type heading the column provides a member function of that name.

Cpp for implementation of debug routines. h and debug functions. See the sample Makefile . 12. IDE's and editors for C++ When programming C++, it is a good idea to used to an editor or an IDE. Most programmers have their own favourites, and it's a religious discussion on which is better. You can choose to use an IDE (Integrated Development Environment), which is an application with embedded editor, compiler, documentation and more. And then there is the standalone editors, which some people likes better.

Coding convention is required for good coding discipline. The following is suggested − inside class definition: • All public variables must begin with m like mFooVar. The m stands for member. • All protected variables must begin with mt, like mtFooVar and methods with t, like tFooNum(). The t stands for protected. • All private variables must begin with mv, like mvFooVar and methods with v, like vFooLone(). The v stands for private. • All public, protected and private variables must begin with uppercase after m like F in mFooVar.

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