C++ Supports Pointers or Not
Does c++ supports pointers or not? if it is then how it can provide security over data. Elaborate pls....And thank you very much in advance.
gaurav.bhorkarYes, C++ supports pointers.
Ex. int *p; //a pointer to an integer variable
What do you mean by "security over data"?
Access to members of a class can be controlled by using the access specifiers (private, public).
PensuYes, C++ supports pointers. And i dont know how it is related to data security, and as gaurav said u have abstraction in C++ to support security.
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