5 years ago in C++ Inheritance

A base class will offer

[A] offer more specific objects than its derived classes
[B] correspond to something in the rest world
[C] behave badly when the chops are down
[D] be a generalized version of its derived classes
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Deep
Deep - 1 month ago

Deep from Kolkata, India is saying offer more specific objects than its derived classes is correct answer

Karan Bhutada
Karan Bhutada - 2 months ago

Karan Bhutada is saying correspond to something in the rest world is correct answer

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Adwait Vichare - 2 months ago

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Abhir Padhye - 2 months ago

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Aryan Pawar - 2 months ago

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