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What is a sample of default constructor?


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A default constructor is a constructor that takes no arguments.

Here's a sample:

class c

{

int a,b;

c() //Constructor 1

{

a=2;

b=1;

}

c(int x, int y) //Constructor 2

{

a=x;

b=y;

}

};

Here, Constructor 1 is called the default constructor, while Constructor 2 is a parameterized constructor.

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