In C++ cout is:
c) something else
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Answer / sanjay makwana
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Answer / chandra
cout is an object of class ostream that represents the
standard output stream. It corresponds to the cstdio stream
By default, most systems have their standard output set to
the console, where text messages are shown, although this
can generally be redirected.
Because cout is an object of class ostream, we can write
characters to it either as formatted data using for example
the insertion operator (ostream::operator<<) or as
unformatted data using the write member function
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Answer / reejusri
Its an Object of class OStream, thats why we add its
corresponding header file that is <iostream.h>, Open this
header file you wil get complete infomation.
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Answer / kiruthika
C++ treats everything as an object.me,u,we,cout all are
object in C++.So cout is an object.
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Answer / ganesh
a, it is an object in C++
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Answer / vaibhav meena
cout is an object.....
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Answer / chetan bhola
COut is an object of OStream Class of c++
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Answer / shakti singh khinchi
object of ostream_withassign. (a) is the right answer.
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Answer / hemant majithia
ans is a) it is an object of ostream_withassign.
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Answer / manju
The answer is someting else.
cout is an ostream opertor.
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