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1: How can you get the hexadecimal memory address of a variable (physical location in memory)?

4; string ptrName = *name;

3: How do you create ,a pointer variable named num2?

4: The delete operator cleans the memory that is located on the _____.

5: What does the & mean in this statement?int* ptr = &num1;

6: How do you create ,a dynamic array on the heap?cout << "Enter array size: ";

int size = 0;

cin >> size;

_____ // creates dynamic array

7: When this is placed in front of a pointer name, it returns the content at that memory location.

1:Asterisk ( * )

2:Ampersand ( & )

3:Semicolon ( ; )

4:Percent sign ( % )

8: A pointer variable is designed to store _____.

9: In order, the three-step process of using a file in a C++ program involves _____.

10: This data type can be used to create files and read information from them into memory.

1: ofstream

2: istream

3: ifstream

4: instream

11: When a file is opened, the file stream object's "read position" is _____.

12: A C++ class is similar to one of these.

1: Inline function

2: Library function

3: Blueprint or recipe

4: Header file

13: The _____ is used to protect important data.

1: public access specifier

2: private access specifier

3: protect()member function

4: data protection operator, @,

14: When the body of a member function is defined inside a class declaration, it is said to be _____.

1: static

2: global

3: conditional

4: inline

15: A _____ is a member function that is automatically called when a class object is _____.

1: destructor; destroyed

2: constructor; destroyed

3: static function; deallocated

4: utility function; declared

16: How many constructors can a class contain?

17: You can declare access specifiers for sections of your class, including private, protected, and public. If you do not declare an access specification, what is the default for a class?

18:To overload the - operator, you would write ,a function named _____.

19 : What is the prototype to overload the operator so this line works?


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