The code defines a function called `printStudentInfo` that takes three...

November 21, 2023 at 08:33 AM

#include <iostream> #include <string> #include <Windows.h> void printStudentInfo(const std::string& lastName = "Горб", const std::string& firstName = "Даниил", double rating = 0.0) { SetConsoleOutputCP(1251); SetConsoleCP(1251); std::cout << "Призвіще: " << lastName << ", Ім'я: " << firstName << ", Рейтинг: " << rating << std::endl; } int main() { printStudentInfo("Горб", "Данило", 4.5); return 0; }

The code defines a function called printStudentInfo that takes three parameters: lastName, firstName, and rating. The function prints out the student's last name, first name, and rating using the std::cout object. The default values for the parameters are set to "Горб" for lastName, "Даниил" for firstName, and 0.0 for rating.

In the main function, the printStudentInfo function is called with the arguments "Горб", "Данило", and 4.5. This will print "Призвіще: Горб, Ім'я: Данило, Рейтинг: 4.5" to the console.

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