Array of Objects in C++
An array of objects is a collection of objects of the same class type, stored in contiguous memory locations. Here’s an example of how to declare and initialize an array of objects in C++:
In this example, we declare an array of
MyClass objects named
myArray with a size of 3. We then initialize each object’s
y variables by assigning values to them individually.
Passing Objects as Function Arguments in C++
You can also pass objects as function arguments in C++. Here’s an example of how to pass an object by reference and by value:
passByReference function, we pass the
myObj object by reference using the
& operator. This allows us to modify the object’s
y variables directly.
passByValue function, we pass the
myObj object by value. This means that a copy of the object is made and passed to the function, and any changes made to the object within the function do not affect the original object.
Keep in mind that passing objects by reference can have performance benefits over passing by value, especially for large objects. However, passing by value can be safer in some cases because it prevents unintended modification of the original object.