Discussion :: OOPS Concepts - General Questions (Q.No.12)
cout is a/an __________ .
Answer: Option C
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|Rohit said: (May 1, 2012)|
|Can anyone tell why cout is an object?|
|Suman.K said: (May 20, 2012)|
|Cout is stream extraction operator
It is predefined and the header file is iostream.h
|Ratnesh said: (May 24, 2012)|
|cout is object of ostream class & cin is the object of istream class. istream & ostream makes iostream|
|Sanil said: (Jul 19, 2012)|
|Can anyone tell why cout is an object ?|
|Shona said: (Jul 24, 2012)|
|cout is an object of class ostream that represents the standard output stream. So the class is ostream not cout.|
|Sandesh said: (Aug 19, 2012)|
|cout is a object and not a function. cout is an output stream object that refers to the monitor whereas cin refers to the keyboard.Both are defined in the header file <iostream.h>|
|Amarn Kokare said: (Sep 21, 2012)|
|count is a object of a ostream class and we can include a library file in program header, and using this object user can print a data on console.|
|Rajesh said: (Dec 2, 2012)|
|Its object in ostream.h header file and cin is in istream.h.|
|Navin said: (Jan 9, 2013)|
|If cout is an object. Can anyone tell me where this object is getting created ?|
|Sumeet said: (Jan 13, 2013)|
|cout is a stream extraction operator. It is an object of ios class which is predefined in iostream.h header file.|
|Pooja said: (Jan 17, 2013)|
|cout is predefined in iostream.h.
Can anyone tell me how it is object.
|Pawan Gupta said: (Mar 1, 2013)|
|It belongs to iostream class so member of any class is an object.|
|Saba said: (May 4, 2013)|
|I think cout is a function similar to printf in C programming. It may be an object only when we define it so but primarily it can't be an object.|
|Aarti said: (May 20, 2013)|
|If count is an object in iostream.h, then what is the name of class of count's object, because every object must have an class.|
|Pavan Golesar said: (Jun 9, 2013)|
|cout is object of ostream.h header file and cin is object of istream.h header file.|
|Nishad Magdum said: (Jul 4, 2013)|
|cout is object of class ostream and cin is object of class istream.|
|Naveen said: (Jul 11, 2013)|
|Why printf is function?|
|Ponnarasi said: (Aug 9, 2013)|
|cout is a print an output so why its called object.|
|Amol Bendale said: (Aug 22, 2013)|
|Why cout is not function?|
|Pratishruti said: (Sep 13, 2013)|
|Why not cout be an operator<<?|
|Ashok@Cmc said: (Sep 16, 2013)|
|cout is an object of class ostream that represents the standard output stream. It corresponds to the cstdio stream stdout.|
|Chandan said: (Dec 1, 2013)|
|Object is the simple variable of a class. So if we will open <iostream> header then we can found the statement.
Extern ostream cout; means cout is the variable of ostream class so. For this reason it is an object.
|Muzamil said: (Jan 13, 2014)|
|If cout is an extraction operator, so how could be it an object?|
|Amar said: (Jan 23, 2014)|
|Object through call the value to accept and display function then use cout and cin in an object.|
|Divya said: (Feb 17, 2014)|
|It is an object of ostream class, which is associated with extraction operator (<<) , here extraction operator is overloaded.|
|Siddhi Dubey said: (Mar 31, 2014)|
|cout is similar to printf in C prog, so why it is not a function?|
|Alex said: (Jul 1, 2014)|
|"cout" is an object of "ostream_withassign" class.
"cin" is an object of "istream_withassign" class.
|Meester Anony said: (Nov 20, 2014)|
|Cout is when someone tries saying caught but doesn't know how to pronounce it properly.|
|Rohini said: (Dec 13, 2014)|
|cout is an object because it is an object of ostream and we use the header file <iostream> here. It allows both input and output operations.|
|Kiran said: (Jan 3, 2015)|
|cout is an object of ostream & cin is a object of istream.|
|Sabari said: (Jan 18, 2015)|
|var = cout<<something twist this is return any thing because its a function.|
|Rajasekhar said: (Mar 3, 2015)|
|<< is an operator which can print data on a console.
"<<" is an operator that can be overloaded in such a way that can print data on console in ostream class.
cout is an object, when ever cout << "Raja sekhar"; executes.
Compiler class as cout.operator<< (.).
|Manish Jatiwal said: (Mar 24, 2015)|
|cout is object of class ostream.
cin is object of class istream.
Extraction and insertion are operator.
|Pritesh said: (May 29, 2015)|
|Give definition of object.|
|Suvarna Pawar said: (Jun 30, 2015)|
|It is wrong concept cout is not object its a function.|
|Bhagyashree said: (Jul 9, 2015)|
|cout is an object of ostream_withassign class.|
|Naman said: (Aug 7, 2015)|
|Object of class ostream that represents the standard output stream oriented to narrow characters (of type char). It corresponds to the C stream stdout.|
|Lalit said: (Jul 29, 2016)|
|cout is a statement. So, why it is an object.|
|Shubham said: (Aug 20, 2016)|
|How its an object?
Can anyone please explain it very well?
|Pranil said: (Oct 13, 2016)|
|How its an object? Please explain.|
|Salman said: (Dec 30, 2016)|
|I also want to know that, please deacribe it.|
|Lata said: (Feb 1, 2017)|
|How cout is an object?
|Rahul said: (Mar 26, 2017)|
|Std::cout and std::cin are global objects of classes std::ostream and std::istream, which they've overloaded operator << and >>. You should read about operator overloading. The Cout is the object of type ostream. Cin is the object of type istream.|
|Deepak Sindhwani said: (Apr 7, 2017)|
|cout is an object, then why it is used without the class name?|
|Salman said: (Apr 20, 2017)|
|Cout: is an object of type ostream.
Cin: is an object of type istream.
|Divya said: (May 28, 2017)|
|In c++, iostream is the header file, which contains i stream and o stream, jectathis two are objects, so cin is istream object and cout is ostream object.|
|Gaurav Singh said: (Jun 27, 2017)|
|The cout is an object of class ostream that represents the standard output stream oriented to narrow characters (of type char). It corresponds to the C stream stdout.|
|Manoj Kumar Patel said: (Oct 14, 2017)|
|In C programming language, We consider printf and scanf to be functions. when it comes to cout and cin, in C++ what are they?
I mean they cant be functions as they are not followed by parenthesis, so they are not functions .cout is an object of the class.
|Java Mari said: (Jan 26, 2018)|
|We have already known operator means it will be performed some kind of operations between two are more operands. likewise here ,,"cout " perform an input operation by using the symbol ">>" but the same time it is an object.
How it is possible?
Because cout is a object for (derived class or sub class) ostream .and it's main class is "iostream.h" so the answer is (c) OBJECT.
|Pratik said: (Oct 7, 2018)|
|cout is an object of STDOUT class which is already in iostream header file.|
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