C++ Inline Function to convert an octal number into binary

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil
Last modified on May 31st, 2020

C++ Inline Function to convert an octal number into binary

C++ program to convert an octal number into binary

Write a program in C++ to convert an octal number into binary using inline function.

The inline function inline int T4Tutorials::in() and inline int T4Tutorials::cal() helps to increase the execution time of a program. The programmer can make a request to the compiler to make the inline function as inline int T4Tutorials::in() and inline int T4Tutorials::cal().

Making inline means that compiler can replace the function definitions of inline int T4Tutorials::in()  and inline int T4Tutorials::cal()with the place where this function is called obj. in(); and b.cal();.
The compiler replaces the definition of inline functions at compile time instead of referring function definition at runtime.

Output

Enter an octal number to convert: 12

Octal number 12 is equivalent to Binary: 1100

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