|I am a software developer with more than 15 years C++ experience and over 25 years experience developing a wide variety of applications for Windows NT/2000/XP, UNIX, Linux and other platforms. I can help with basic to advanced C++, C (although I do not write just-C much if at all these days so maybe ask in the C section about purely C matters), software development and many platform specific and system development problems.|
Titus B. Ledbetter, Jr.
|C , MFC, Object Oriented, Artificial Intelligence|
If you are asking me what algorithm can be used to backup a database but is written in C++. I do not know, but that would be reinventing the wheel anyway. You could think up an algorithm as well as I
Hello there. Well, the _usual_ form of a copy constructor is your option 2: Class_Name( const Class_Name& object_name ) or the equivalent: Class_Name( Class_Name const & object_name
Disclaimer: I have not used Turbo C++ a lot and certainly not in the last 20 years or so. Short answer: ------------- You are probably using a C++ implementation from the early 1990's that pre-dates