In this sample program will demonstrate the concepts of object-oriented programming in C++ programming language.

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#include <iostream>
#include <string>

class Book {
    std::string title;
    std::string author;
    int publicationYear;

    Book() : publicationYear(0) {}

    void setDetails(const std::string& bookTitle, const std::string& bookAuthor, int year) {
        title = bookTitle;
        author = bookAuthor;
        publicationYear = year;

    void displayDetails() {
        std::cout << "\tTitle: " << title << std::endl;
        std::cout << "\tAuthor: " << author << std::endl;
        std::cout << "\tPublication Year: " << publicationYear << std::endl;

int main() {
    Book book1;

    std::cout << "\n\tBook Information Using OOP in C++\n\n";
    book1.setDetails("Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming in C++", "Jake R. Pomperada", 2023);

    Book book2;
    book2.setDetails("Introduction To TypeScript Programming ", "Jake R. Pomperada", 2024);

    std::cout << "\tThe Book 1 Details:\n";

    std::cout << "\n\tThe Book 2 Details:\n";

    return 0;