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Accessing Private Data Members in C++. This is a flaw in the language.

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Description : This Example shows how to access private data members in a class. THIS IS ALSO A FLAW IN THE LANGUAGE.

/*
ACCESSING PRIVATE DATA MEMBERS IN C++
-SANCHIT KARVE
born2c0de@hotmail.com
*/

#include <iostream.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <conio.h>


class bestcoder
{
private:

char name[40];
char grade;
int age;

public:

bestcoder(char* nam="Some Dude",char gr='A',int saal=25)
{
strcpy(name,nam);
grade=gr;
age=saal;
}

friend ostream& operator <<(ostream& s,bestcoder b);
};

ostream& operator <<(ostream& s,bestcoder b)
{
s<<"Best Coder :"<<b.name<<endl
<<"His Rating :"<<b.grade<<endl
<<"Current Age :"<<b.age<<"

<BR>;
return s;
}

struct hackit
{
char name[40];
char grade;
char age;
};


void main()
{
bestcoder bc;
cout<<bc;
void* ptr=&bc;
struct hackit* bettercoder=(hackit*)ptr;
bettercoder->grade='F';
bettercoder->age=56;
cout<<bc;
strcpy(bettercoder->name,"Sanchit Karve");
bettercoder->age=14;
bettercoder->grade='A';
cout<<bc;
getch();
}

 

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