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What are generic functions and generic classes?

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What are generic functions and generic classes?..

Answer / draku

Generic functions are functions which are not used for any
particular datatype..they are useful for anydatatype Ex: if
you write code for the Sorting program using templates then
the function is useful for any data type to sort...Generic
classes are same as generic functions

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What are generic functions and generic classes?..

Answer / nikhil kapoor..

Generic functions are the function which return void ptr...
(void*)...
Generic Classes are template classes...
Basicaly we implement both of them for reusability.. and
abstraction..

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What are generic functions and generic classes?..

Answer / saranya.c

Generic functions are functions which are not used for any
particular datatype..they are useful for anydatatype Ex: if
you write code for the Sorting program using templates then
the function is useful for any data type to sort...Generic
classes are same as generic functions

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What are generic functions and generic classes?..

Answer / lokesh singh

when ever we think about generic function, first of all
think why we needed.
if we want to use no of diffrent-diffrent variables in a
programme then we need no of function for that purpose.
generic function is used for preventing function
overloading. due to feature of taking any type of variable.
it have such type of quality.

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What are generic functions and generic classes?..

Answer / sahadev

its happen in Tamplate. if a function receive any type of
argument than its called generic function.

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