Chapter 13


1 By ordinary we mean that not referred by pointer. We need to refrain from using the word “static”.

2 We mean that objects are referred by a pointer. It is immaterial whether such objects are on heap or not.

3 If signature is different, it is not a case of overriding. It will be treated as an independent function.

4 Explicitly type casting is an exception. However, it is of no practical use.

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