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Hi.
 
I have these :
 
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
 
class A;
 
class A {
public:
    virtual void foo() { }
};
 
class C : public A {
public:
    virtual void foo() { cout << "abc?" << endl; }
};
 
int main()
{
 
    A aObj;
    aObj = C();
    aObj.foo();
}
 
but I want after compile I see " abc? " . but I dont see any thing. What should I do ? And where I have a mistake ?
Thanks
Posted 31-Dec-12 3:12am
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Solution 1

Hi,
 
Have a look at this piece of code:
A aObj;
aObj = C();
aObj.foo();
aObj is, even because you call C(); and not A();, an instance of A. And in A, the method foo is empty. I did this test:
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
 
class A;
 
class A {
public:
    virtual void foo() { }
};
 
class C : public A {
public:
    virtual void foo() { cout << "abc?" << endl; }
    int i;
};
 
int main()
{
 
    A aObj;
    aObj = C();
    aObj.i = 0;
    aObj.foo();
}
I got a compiler error 'class A' has no member named 'i' So, I'm sure aObj is an instance of A You can try
C aObj;
aObj = C();
aObj.foo();
instead of:
A aObj;
aObj = C();
aObj.foo();
Hope this helps.
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mohammadali1375 at 31-Dec-12 9:34am
   
Oh yea. I dont pay attention to this. Thanks for help. Now I know correct form of this , is like this :
 
A* aObj;
aObj = new C();
aObj->foo();
 
now i see " abc? "
 
Thanks alot for your help
ProgramFOX at 31-Dec-12 9:35am
   
You're welcome!
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