Member function that operates on the data is called an object.

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2.1 Member function that operates on the data is called an object.
2.2 Lowercase and uppercase alphabets are mixed in variable names.
2.3 Input/output objects of C++ recognize enum data types.
2.4 Predefined variables can be used in function calls as arguments.
2.5 Objects can be furnished as function arguments.
2.6 It is possible to overload ‘+’ operator so that it can be used in string operations such as
x3=x1+x2, to perform concatenation.
2.7 Inheritance is identical to overloading.
2.8 It is always necessary to delete a pointer, set up by the new operator.
2.9 cout is called a predefined object of ostream class.
2.10 A constructor’s name is the same as class name.

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