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Q1)If Base class is to be abstract but none of the virtual member functon can be reasonably required to be pure then which of the following is the best choice to make a pure virtual function and why?
Default Constructer,Copy Constructer,Destructor,Assignment operator


Q2)Is this works Derived** to Base**
a)It will work ,b)Run time error c)Compiler error

I want the answers of the above questions, Moreover Can u please tell me from where I can find
these type of programming brain teasers

Sebnak
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Q1: Default Constructer,Copy Constructer,Destructor,Assignment operator

None of them can be made pure virtual. Constructors never are virtual (because there is no instance where virtuality could work on), destructor may be virtual but not pure virtual (as all destructors get called) and operators can not be virtual.

Q2: Compile error. However, that compiles:

    Derived   d;
    Derived*  pd = &d;
    Derived** ppd = &pd;
    Base*     pb  = pd;
    Base**    ppb = &pb;


>> these type of programming brain teasers

Don't know what you mean exactly?

Regards, Alex


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1. For your 1st question, use the virtual destructor.

Though you make it pure, you still need to provide the body for it. Otherwise, it will give you a linking problem.

2.  You gotta use the dynamic_cast for it.

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