Lesson 24 - Converting C++ Types
In the previous lesson, Namespaces in C++, we were dealing with friend classes and functions. In today's final tutorial of our C++ OOP course, we're going to look at conversions. Conversion means to convert classes between different data types. We said a little bit about this in the operators lesson and we're going to finish this topic today.
Conversion to another data type
If we have a class instance we want to convert to another data type, we'll
use the conversion operator. We've already used this operator several times - to
string. However, the conversion can be to any data type
(including to another class).
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In today's C++ tutorial, we'll look at implicit and explicit conversion between different types.
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