- They will have the same name as of their
- They should be declared in the public
are executed automatically when objects are created.
do not have return types, not even void and thus they can’t return values.
- They can’t be inherited, though a derived
class can call the base class constructor.
can have default arguments.
can not be virtual.
addresses can not be referred.
object with a constructor can not be used as a member of a union.
- They make ‘implicit calls’ to the operators new and delete when memory allocation is required.
- Class Notes
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