An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming in C++ by G. M. Seed, Graham M. Seed

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As C++ continues to develop this is gradually becoming less and less the case. C++ is becoming a separate language, gradually abandoning its complete compatibility with C. C++ is a continually evolving language, a living language. Fortunately, it is evolving to meet the needs of users. 2 For a fascinating discussion of the early history of Smalltalk refer to Kay (1993). 1 . 4 There are Other OOP Languages c++ is not the only programming language that supports object-oriented programming features.

8 also illustrates the concept of multiple inheritance, in which a class is derived from more than one base class. MUltiple inheritance is plausible when you remember that we all have two parents. The most important property of inheritance from a programming perspective is that it allows the reuse of program code, and consequently reduces the repetition of code. 8 Class hierarchy illustrating single and multiple inheritance. 5 Polymorphism Polymorphism is the ability of a child object in an inheritance hierarchy to exhibit different behaviour based on the type of the object.

Namespaces to solve the problem of a single global namespace or scope. Why choose c++ rather than C? c++ is built on C and is thus a superset of C. The c++ language adds more than just object-oriented programming capabilities to C. For example, compare the c++ new and delete operators with 'equivalent' C user-defined macros NEW ( ) and DELETE ( ) . h> / / printf () II malloe (), free (), exi t () #define NEW(p, ptype)\ if ((p=ptype*) malloc (sizeof (ptype)) NULL) \ {\ printf ("Out of memory\n") exi t (0) ; \ ;\ } #define DELETE(p) i f (p) \ {\ free ((char*)p p = NULL ;\ ;\ } II .

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