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Object Oriented Programming(OOP)
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C++ Character set
Character set is a set of valid characters that a language can recognize. The character set of C++ is consisting of letters, digits, and special characters. The C++ has the following character set:

Letters (Alphabets) A——Z, a——z
Digits 0——-9
Special Characters +,-,*,/,^,\,(),[],{},=,!,<>,’,”,$,;,:,%,&,?,_,#,<=,>=,@

There are 62 letters and digits character set in C++ (26 Capital letters + 26 Small letters + 10 Digits) as shown above. Further, C++ is a case sensitive language, i.e; the letter A and a, are distinct in C++ object oriented programming language. There are 29 punctuation and special character set in C++ and is used for various purposes during programming.

White Spaces Characters:
A character that is used to produce blank space when printed in C++ is called white space character. These are spaces, tabs, new-lines, and comments.

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  1. Gaurav Patil
    Posted December 25, 2016 at 3:08 pm

    This is a very nice blog bacause of specific information about every thing

    Thank you for the specific information

    • Digvijay
      Posted December 25, 2016 at 4:09 pm

      Thanks for your response. Hope you liked it.

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