Level - 0 No SOA : You have not pursued SOA Approach
Level - 1 AD HOC : You
are just trying to play around with SOA
Level -2 Opportunistic : you are trying
SOA for quick implementation, may be a demo
Level -3 Systematic : you are
getting serious with SOA, consistent application with share and reuse Level - 4
Managed : you have step further, considering to drive business value
Level - 5
Optimized : you are getting full benefit of SOA strategy, cost-effectiveness,
business intiatives, standards, processes
While making decisions, it is human to think in terms of true or false. In C Programming language false is represented by Zero value and true by Non-Zero. C++ introduced bool data type to hold true or false values.
Code example :
using namespace std;
cout<<" x> y = "<<b<<endl;
On execution :
Even though we can use keywords : true or false for assigning purposes to bool variable, the values stored in a bool variable for true is 1 and false is 0.
The outcome is 1.
std::boolalpha function can be used for text values for bool type. With boolalpha, cout statement will look like :