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Function body

In C++, the function body refers to the part of a function...

In C++, the function body refers to the part of a function that contains the actual implementation or definition of the function. It is the block of code enclosed within braces {} following the function declaration or prototype.

The function body consists of the statements and instructions that are executed when the function is called

int sum(int a, int b) 
{
    int result = a + b;  // Variable declaration and initialization
    return result;      // Return statement
}