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C++ - What is Name Decoration?




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asked marvit August 18, 2014 11:39 AM  

What is Name Decoration?


           

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answered By bhjahnavi   0  
A decorated name for a C++ function contains the following information:
The function name.
The class that the function is a member of, if it is a member function. This may include the class that encloses the function's class, and so on.
The namespace the function belongs to (if it is part of a namespace).
The types of the function's parameters.
The calling convention.
The return type of the function.
The function and class names are encoded in the decorated name. The rest of the decorated name is a code that has internal meaning only for the compiler and the linker
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