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Input and Output in C++

Output in C++: Output in C Plus Plus (C++) is enabled by the object cout (pronounced as “C out”) which is predefined to corresponding to the standard output stream. A stream is an abstraction that refers to a flow of data. The standard output stream normally flows to the screen display, although it can be redirected to other output devices. cout, when combined with insertion or put-to operator << enables the output in C++ programs. << operator redirects the contents of the variable on its (<<‘s) right to the object on its(<<‘s) left. A simple example of output of a...