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Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Jan 8, 2001

Structs and Unions


It is common knowledge that the only difference between a struct and a union in C is that all elements of a union share the same memory location but the elements of struct do not. In C++, a struct is very similar to a class, the only difference being that the default access specifier for a struct is public and for a class it
C.S. Niranjan
 
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