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Fill up the blanks in C++ – (SET-VII)

Fill up the blanks in C++ – (SET-VII)

February 19, 2021 Comments Off on Fill up the blanks in C++ – (SET-VII) By MANOJ AGARWAL


Fill up the blanks in C++

( SET – VII )

1. private 2. colon 3. arguments
4. defining 5. transitive 6. stdprn
7. cerr 8. stdout 9. right
10. class 11. hybrid 12. signature
13. tagname 14. multilevel 15. virtual
16. data encapsulation 17. abstract 18. scope resolution
19. void 20. hierarchical 21. struct
22. operator assignment 23. stderr 24. stdin
25. public 26. data abstraction 27. clog
28. multiple 29. single 30. left
31. variable 32. middle 33. semicolon
34. defining class objects 35. inheritance 36. encapsulation




1. ……………………. refers to hiding physical details and displaying only the needed information.

2. ……………………. provides data security by hiding it from the external world.

3. ……………………. contains data members and methods to operate on these members.

4. ……………………. contains data members only.

5. The member functions, if defined outside the class must use …………………….

6. The class members, by default are ……………………..

7. …………………… is used to define objects of the class.

8. A class declaration ends with a ……………………..

9. Memory to data members is allocated while ………………………

10. Memory to member functions is allocated while …………………….

11. Constructor functions cannot be …………………….

12. The inheritance type where a derived class inherits from many base class is …………………… inheritance.

13. A ………………… class is one that cannot be instantiated.

14. In case of default arguments the arguments may only be defaulted from the ……………………

15. Outputs to the standard error stream are directed to either the ………………. or the …………………… stream objects.

16. The four objects that correspond to the standard devices on the system include ………………,……………….,……………… and …………….

17. Function prototype is function ………………….

18. Constructors do not have any return type not even ………………….

19. Inheritance is …………………….. in nature.

20. A “has-a” relationship between classes represents ……………………. and an “ is-a” relationship between classes represents ………………………
ANSWERS TO FILL UP THE BLANKS

(SET-VII)

1.  data abstraction                      2. data encapsulation

3.  class                                     4.  struct

5.  scope resolution operator        6.  private

7.  tag name                               8.  semicolon

9.  defining objects                      10.  defining class

11.  virtual                                  12.  multiple

13.  abstract                               14.  right

15.  cerr, clog

16.  stdout, stdin, stdprn, stderr

17.  signature                              18.  void

19.  transitive

20.  encapsulation, inheritance

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