In this chapter, you’re going to look into a topic that lies at the heart of object-oriented programming: inheritance. Inheritance is the means by which you can create new classes by reusing and expanding on existing class definitions.


Base Class Class Member Access Specifier Member Function Multiple Inheritance 
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