In the previous post, we talked about some really important but useless kind of things. I mean that why you really need to understand precedence and
Well, this post is also not interesting but I believe that it is worth knowing! For example, can you please tell me that how to show a double quote on the console? Ok, so here is the code which may do that:
cout << "You said,"I can show a double quote on the console!" and this is the code which may do that!" << endl;
What happens? Got an error! This is because you divided the sentence into strings… And strings are represented by the group of characters between two double quotes.
Similarly, you may want to have a single quote and then, a tab instead of a group of spaces for proper indentation. For the very purpose, there are some special characters. The list is mentioned here.
The solution of the double quote problem gets a fix below:
cout << "You said,\"I can show a double quote on the console!\" and this is the code which may do that!" << endl;
endl, you could have
cout << "The special characters are very useful!\n";
No matter how many digits a number has in a list of numbers, it will be formatted fine with
cout << " 1.\t73\n 2.\t9\n 3.\t992\n 4.\t14\n"; //Just run that to find out its meaning!
That’s it! Try to use all kinds of special characters and make them run like you want!
Believe me, it’s really good to know these characters…