Define name mangling in c++??, C/C++ Programming

A: The procedure of encoding the parameter types along with the function/method name into a unique name is called as name mangling. The inverse procedure is called demangling.

For instance Foo::bar(int, long) const is mangled as 'bar    C3Fooil'.

 For a constructor, method name is left out.

I.e. Foo::Foo(int, long) const is mangled as 'C3Fooil'

 

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