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Write a program to implement OOPS concepts such as
inheritance, polymorphism, friend function, operator
i am getting an of the type can not convert int to int *.
to overcome this problem what we should do?
is there any choice in opting subjects like 4 out of 7
There are two base class B1,B2 and there is one class D
which is derived from both classes,
Explain the flow of calling constructors and destructors
when an object of derived class is instantiated.
• What are the desirable attributes for memory
write a programe to calculate the simple intrest and compund
intrest using by function overlading
How to call a non virtual function in the derived class by
using base class pointer
if i have same function with same number of argument but
defined in different files. Now i am adding these two files
in a third file and calling this function . which will get
called and wht decide the precedence?
They started with the brief introduction followed by few
basic C++ questions on polumorphism, inheritance and then
What is polymorphims?
How you will access polymorphic functions in C?
How virtual function mechanism works?
I have One image (means a group photo ) how to split the
faces only from the image?............ please send the
answer firstname.lastname@example.org thanks in advace...
I have experience of 6 months in website design and
maintanence. Now i am looking for other IT jobs.. to switch
platform. please post any interview you know in chennai.
c++ program to swap the objects of two different classes
class type to basic type conversion
This program numbers the lines found in a text file. Write a
program that reads text from a file and outputs each line
preceded by a line number. Print the line number
right-adjusted in a field of 3 spaces. Follow the line
number with a colon, then one space, then the text of the
line. You should get a character at a time and write code to
ignore leading blanks on each line. You may assume that the
lines are short enough to fit within a line on the screen.
Otherwise, allow default printer or screen output behavior
if the line is too long (i.e., wrap or truncate). A somewhat
harder version determines the number of spaces needed in the
field for the line numbers by counting lines before
processing the lines of the file. This version of the
program should insert a new line after the last complete
word that will fit within a 72-character line.
when to use 'mutable' keyword and when to use 'const cast'