FAQ: Hello World! - Introduction to C++

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The first lesson whwre you run codecademy it started to position the code on the bottom but for the solution it was right next to it How?

#3

What is object orientated programming in simple words if possible?

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The phrase “Object Oriented” means that a program compiles in segments, not line-by-line. For example, in C++, you can create a method that contains different attributes, such as string name1 = "death-waltz"; as a part of the constructor, and then call it again CUSTOMIZABLY, meaning you can replace it with new characters, if the string is not immutable. In non-OOPLs, you cannot do this to my understanding. Hope this helps!

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Just so you guys know, cout does not stand for character output, as you said in lesson 3: “Output”. Rather, it stands for console output. I understand some people refer to it as C++ out, C out, character out, create output, etc., but I do believe the actual meaning is console output .