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Multiple Inheritance(more little but essential details)

Posted on 2002-07-18
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I'd like to have your recommendation about good source for below topics:

1. virtual base in MI
2. how much VPTRs in object d if:
(smth like this)

      Base
    /   |   \
  v/    |    \v    // v - virtual inheritance
  B1   B2    B3
   \    |    /
    \   |   /
     Derived
     
Derived d;

p.s. context of my question: I'm preparing for test in OOP course, so I want to learn method

Regards, VR_
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Try to read article "Under the hood of C++" by Jan Gray.
It was sometime ago in the MSDN, but now I've found it at http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~inder/oop/Gray-article.html 

Suppose it helps.
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