Check out example codes for "enum c++". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.

Code Example 1

enum names {blah1, Blah2 , blah3};

Code Example 2

#include <iostream>
enum Example :unsigned char // char will work but float will not work because it is not an interger
{
	A = 9, B = 56, c = 12//values must be integers
};//enum is a just a name for a group of numeric values 
int main()
{
	Example example = A;
	//	Example example2 = 5;// This gives error because the values must be A , B ,C no other values are accepted in our code however we can break this behaiour in c++
	if (example == A)//We can use A directly because it is just an unsigned char var but is grouped in Example enum with other values
		std::cout << "Good" << std::endl;
	std::cin.get();
  
}

Code Example 3

enum Foo { a, b, c = 10, d, e = 1, f, g = f + c };
//a = 0, b = 1, c = 10, d = 11, e = 1, f = 2, g = 12

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