printf("\n\n Hello How are you doing,i called by function pointer");
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You implement inheritance by deriving a new class of object from an existing class of object. The existing class is known as the base class of the derived class.Classes declared final cannot be used as bases classes and classes without a virtual destructor (or a virtual destructor override) cannot be used as polymorphic base classes.
C. Implement health care coverage for the working class and needy
Well we can use function pointers to implement most of the OOPs concepts in c, especially the inheritance and polymorphism.
yes we can do it,in c
Some function are not using in c
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package is collection of class which is implement in any class.
Yes, classes can implement more than one interface.To declare a class that implements an interface, you include an implements clause in the class declaration.Your class can implement more than one interface, so the implements keyword is followed by a comma-separated list of the interfaces implemented by the class.By convention, the implements clause follows the extends clause, if there is one.
No. You cannot instantiate an interface. However, you can implement the interface using a class and instantiate the class
to implement operations on binary heap in c
I didnt get exactly what do you mean by stack class template, but this is one which implements a stack! and also shows how to implement it with templates http://thetechnofreaks.com/2011/10/26/4-creating-a-stack/#ixzz1bvq2V1Ws
class C because Class C also provides better signal,rejects unwanted signal.class c
There is no need to implement a stack. The std::vector container class already provides push and pop methods. If the elements are different classes, simply derive those elements from a common base class.
An adapter class is a class that provides a dummy (empty) implementation for an interface. That way someone who wants to implement the interface but does not want or does not know how to implement all methods, can use the adapter class instead, and only override the methods he is interested in.
Yes, please do.
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fuzzy logic is a logic which we have to implement in c language
Java does not support multiple inheritance as does C++ but similar behavior can be created by implementing multiple interfaces or using annotations. Java classes can extend only a single class but implement any number of interfaces.
To create an abstraction or a blueprint for a class to implement later.
In C++ you can use 'for', 'while', and 'do while' loops, as well as procedural goto statementw to implement more complex loops. Recursion can also be used to implement looping.