Creating a constructor


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I hope this is a simple question. What does it mean when you add a : (something) onto a constructor? For instance:

C++:
class foo : public bar::ba::b //<- This  part (: public ...?)
{
    public:
        ...
}

does this just declare that the class has access to some public::ba::b?
 
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Constructors are the same name as the class name then you need to make methods the same name as the class name.
example
class Devid{
Devid(){
// code here
}
}
 

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