Here is example program to illustrate the class template.
Here is program example to illustrate multilevel inheritance.
Here is more practical example of multiple inheritance.
Here is example program to illustrate single inheritance.
C++ is immensely popular, particularly for applications that require speed and/or access to some low-level features. It extends C. Infact, at first, it was created as a set of extensions to the C programming language by Bjarne Stroustrup in 1979.
Let us look at the important terms and syntax before jumping into the internals of C++ programming.
C++ Operators specify what is to be done to objects with specific type. Operators act on expressions to form a new expression.
C++ is a typed language. That means, each variable is given a specific type which defines what values it can represent, how its data is stored in memory, and what operations can be performed on it.
A variable is a named location in memory. Variables are used to give a value a name so we can refer to it later.
The C++ language provides three types of decision statements: if-else, the conditional expression ?:, and the switch statement.