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7. Which reserved keywords mark/represent the class?

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Which reserved keywords mark/represent the class?
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I am at a complete loss about what you mean here - could you elaborate?
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by:Nusrat Nuriyev
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I can rephrase my question.
7. Which reserved keywords should we use to get used with classes?
So far, I know only two keywords struct and class :)
if there is nothing new to say here, probably, I need to delete this question :)
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In fact, these are the only keywords that are applicable here. Others that are of interest in that context are method modifiers like 'const', 'virtual' and 'static' or the access specifiers that we discussed in your other questions. - plus the 'mutable' keyword which allows 'const' members to be altered (yes, I know, now it's getting weird).
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