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Thursday, July 13th 2000
Inheritance And Virtual Functions
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There's a new feature tutorial here on flipCode entitled Using Inheritance And Virtual Functions, by Alex Tchernychov. As the title hints, this tutorial explains how to work with C++ inheritance and virtual functions. Here's a chunk from the introduction:

" C++ is notorious for having misleading keywords which mean completely different things in different contexts. This was done on purpose, to minimize reserved keywords in the language. As a result we have a lot of keywords like virtual, public, protected the meanings of which are poorly understood by many people. To clear this up, we will develop a conceptual vocabulary of basic object oriented design concepts and then take a look at how C++ expresses each of them using its heavily context reliant syntax. Doing so gives you a valuable feel for what things like inheritance, pure virtual functions and so on really mean to you when you design a program. "

Sound interesting? Check out the full article right over here!
 
Archive Notice: This content is archived, and commenting is no longer active. It is here for reference purposes. This content was added on an older version of flipcode, before the site closed in 2005.
 
 
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