7.16. Glossary


A collection of related data that comes with a set of functions that operate on it. The objects we have used so far are the cout object provided by the system, and strings.


A variable or value used to select one of the members of an ordered set, like a character from a string.


To iterate through all the elements of a set performing a similar operation on each.


A variable used to count something, usually initialized to zero and then incremented.


Increase the value of a variable by one. The increment operator in C++ is ++. In fact, that’s why C++ is called C++, because it is meant to be one better than C.


Decrease the value of a variable by one. The decrement operator in C++ is .


To join two operands end-to-end.

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