Test Passing Parameters in C++.

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Test Passing Parameters in C++.

  1. 1. #include <iostream> /** * Test class. */ class Class { /** * Constructor. */ int _id; public: /** * Constructor. */ Class(int id = 0): _id(id) { std::cout << "Constructor Invocation! Id: " << _id << std::endl; }; /** * Id Method. */ void id(int myid){ _id = myid;} /** * Run method. */ void run(void) { std::cout << "Running! Id: " << _id << std::endl; }; /** * Destructor. */ virtual ~Class(void) { std::cout << "Destructor Invocation! Id: " << _id << std::endl;} }; // Function with passing parameter by value void TestFunction(Class c){ c.id(1); c.run(); }; // Function with explicit parameter passing by reference. void TestFunction(Class* c){ c->run(); }; // Function with parameter passing by automatic dereference. void TestFunction2(Class& c) { c.run(); }; int main(void) { Class c(0); std::cout << "n@@@" << std::endl; TestFunction(c); std::cout << "@@@" << "nn"; std::cout << "---" << std::endl; TestFunction(4); std::cout << "---" << "nn"; std::cout << "+++" << std::endl; TestFunction(&c); std::cout << "+++" << "nn"; std::cout << "$$$" << std::endl; TestFunction2(c); std::cout << "$$$" << "nn"; return 0; }

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