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How to create own data-types in cpp?

1/15/2019 6:44:08 PM

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You can use structures to make your own data type. Visit the link below for detailed explanation: https://www.programiz.com/cpp-programming/structure

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You can also create custom named datatypes with typedef using predefined datatypes, like so: typedef int test; test name = 5;

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In order to create user defined data type we can use structure(mainly in c) or classes(in c++ /java). For eg:-if we have to store information of students like roll no. ,marks,name etc...then in that very case we can use class or structure and using their instances we can access thier data.

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here is a small code example: https://code.sololearn.com/csgOv49C872g/#cpp

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And how to create data type which can storege as many digits as I want (example 100)

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You can also create custom named datatypes with typedef using predefined datatypes, like so: typedef int test; test name = 5;

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You can use structure in cpp to create your own datatype. for example:- struct rectangle { int length; int breadth; };

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small code