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What is mean of cout in cpp

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6/19/2019 6:01:18 AM

AKULA HARISH

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If you are familiar with printf in C language it is similar to cout. The only difference is there is no need of format specifiers while using cout. It is always used with extraction operator (<<). To use cout<< you need to include <iostream> in your code.

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print or display command

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cout = Console Output = Monitor Output

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It is a output stream used to print the text it is similar to printf that is used in C well you can also use printf instead of cout if you want for your ease

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Basically you know that the CPP is a object oriented programming language ,so the cout is a object of the iostream class the main difference between the printf and the cout is that ,printf is a predefined function and cout is a object

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Thanks friends for giving your honorable information

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Cpp =nick name The c++

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Cout is object of class iostream It is use to get output print on console screen If you are familiar with C language Printf it does same thing of printing only difference is cout doesn't require any Format specifier to print

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Simply means "Display"

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To print text

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COUT(Character_OUTput)

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To disply the given text

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Cout is use to print character or alphabet on screen.. It doesn't require any format specifier. To cout or cin you need class call iostream.h You can also say Cout is obj of class iostream And one last thing Cout means console output

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Tq friends

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to print the output on your display

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The thing which you want to display on screen as output is written in it

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To print something