Category : C Source Code
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PRODUCT : Turbo C++ NUMBER : 805
VERSION : All
OS : DOS
DATE : February 25, 1992 PAGE : 1/2

TITLE : Member Data Initialization -- Using a Constructor
Initialization List




The following code demonstrates the initialization of a class's
member data by using the initialization list of a class
constructor. It also shows how to call a base class constructor
from a derived class.

Since this code uses floating point, be sure to have floating
point emulations enabled (IDE) or include EMU.LIB and MATHx.LIB
at the appropriate location in the TLINK command line.

#include
#define HUND 100

class base {
public:
base() { cout << "in base\n"; }
};

class derive : public base {
int x, z;
float y;

public:
/* Note that the initialization list comes AFTER the
contructors formal arguments and a colon. Each
variable name is followed by an initial value in
parentheses. Each variable is separated from the
next by a comma. The value in the parentheses can
be either a variable from the constructor parameter
list, a value, an expression that results in a value,
or a constant.

At the end of the initialization list is the call to
the base class constructor. In this example, parameters
are not passed, however, parameters may be passed and
they may consist of a variable from the derived
constructor parameter list, a value, an expression
that results in a value, or a constant.

Note: a private or public member of the base class
cannot be initialized by the initialization list
of the derived constructor.
*/













PRODUCT : Turbo C++ NUMBER : 805
VERSION : All
OS : DOS
DATE : February 25, 1992 PAGE : 2/2

TITLE : Member Data Initialization -- Using a Constructor
Initialization List




// initialization list Call to base constructor
derive(int a) : x(a*a), z(HUND), y(4.33), base()
{
cout << "in derive\n";
}

void show(void)
{
cout << "x is " << x;
cout << "\nz is " << z;
cout << "\ny is " << y;
};

main()
{
derive dd(3);
dd.show();
}

































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Archive   : BCPPTECH.ZIP
Filename : TI805.ASC

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