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Should you default to using classes in C++?

//Maybe put this into a struct? My c++ professor had a saying about this: The only difference between classes and structs is classes default to private. So, sure. If you'd rather not have to type ...
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C++ vs C console output idioms

The printf() approach has these disadvantages: No type-safety. Some compilers add some type-safety their own way, at least when the format-strings are known. No extensibility. Only the basic types ...
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