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Virtual Functions and Polymorphism

  • Ivor Horton

Abstract

Polymorphism is such a powerful feature of object-oriented programming that you’ll use it in the majority of your C++ programs. Polymorphism requires you to use derived classes, and the content of this chapter relies heavily on the concepts related to inheritance in derived classes that I introduced in the previous chapter.

Keywords

Base Class Class Object Class Hierarchy Abstract Class Member Function 
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© Ivor Horton 2004

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  • Ivor Horton

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