Differentiate between the message and method in c++, Computer Engineering

Message in C++ :

* Objects converse by sending messages to each other.

* A message is sent to invoke a method in C++.

 

Method in C++:

* Gives response to a message.

* It is an Execution of an operation in C++.           

 

 

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