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Beginner's Guide to Functions in C++

Rich is a self-confessed C++ guru! In this article he shows us how functions work in C++ and how to use them in everyday C++programming.

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By: Rich C.
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December 05, 2002
  1. · Beginner's Guide to Functions in C++
  2. · A Basic Program
  3. · Using 2 Different Functions
  4. · Functions Calling Other Functions
  5. · Conclusion

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Beginner's Guide to Functions in C++ - Conclusion
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Practice makes perfect, so practice designing your own functions and using them. For any function you create, you must remember to do the following:
  1. Declare its prototype after your Headers.
  2. Use the proper function call (int and void differ).
  3. Define the function definition after Main.
Define the function definition after Main.

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