|9.1||Fill in the blanks in each of the following statements:
_____ is a form of software reusability in which new classes acquire the members of existing classes and embellish those classes with new capabilities.
A superclass’s _____ members can be accessed in the superclass declaration and in subclass declarations.
In a(n) _____ relationship, an object of a subclass can also be treated as an object of its superclass.
In a(n) _____ relationship, a class object has references to objects of other classes as members.
In single inheritance, a class exists in a(n) _____ relationship with its subclasses.
A superclass’s _____ members are accessible anywhere that the program has a reference to an object of that superclass or to an object ...
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