Classes and Objects in C++ are the basic concepts of object-oriented programming - OOP. Object-oriented programming - is an extension of structured programming, in which the basic concepts are the concepts of classes and objects. The main difference between the programming languages C and C++ are classes in the latter, and hence the C language doesn’t support OOP.
A Class So a class in C++ is an abstraction describing the methods and properties of objects that don’t exist yet. An object is a concrete representation of that abstraction and has its own properties and methods. Objects, created ...