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Objects Oriented Programming Part 10: Computer Science & Applications (in Hindi)
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This lesson describes the important concepts of object oriented programming.

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  1. NTA UGC NET Paper -2

  2. Computer Science & Application

  3. About Me Sandeep M.Tech (IT) from IIIT CSIR (Engineering Science) as JRF UGC NET (JRF) - Computer Science & Applications Worked as Software Engineer & Research Scientist

  4. Object - Oriented Programming

  5. Part 10

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  7. Dynamic Memory Allocation The new and delete operators are used to allocate and free memory at run time. The new operator allocates memory and returns a pointer to the start of it.

  8. Dynamic Memory Allocation The general forms of new and delete are shown here: pvar new type delete p_var; Here, p. var is a pointer variable that receives a pointer to memory that is large enough to hold an item of type type.

  9. Heap The dynamic memory allocation happens on the heap. Heap is a memory space which grows or shrinks dynamically.

  10. Memory Allocation in Heap Whenever the memory is allocated dynamically for any object, a space is allocated in the heap. This allocation remains until it is deleted (freed)

  11. #include <iostream> using namespace std; class Box { public: Box() cout << "Constructor called!" <<endl; Box() cout << "Destructor called!" <<endl; int main() f Box* myBoxArray new Box [4]; delete [] myBoxArray; // Delete array return 0;

  12. Example of Memory Leak // Example of Memory leak int main(int argc, char** argv) { Trainee* poT1-new Trainee(); poT1->SetData(102,"Dave",1200,350); poT1->CalculateSal(); return 0;