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Is there any way that i can create a class in a seperate file because creating it all in one file gets really confusing. Also can i do this with functions as well? If so how?

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Organizing code files in C and C++. Also:

// File:"foobar.h"
#pragma once

// foobar dependencies
#include <string>
class foobaz; // forward declaration

class foobar {
void frobnicate( foobaz& f ); // prototype

int a_;
std::string name_;
static int id_;

// File:"foobar.cpp"
#include "foobar.h"
#include "foobaz.h"

int foobar::id_ = 0; // symbol definition

void foobar::frobnicate( foobaz& f ) { // definition
f.impl( a_, name_ );

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