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I have following class as

public abstract class BaseClass
       public virtual void VirtualMethod()
   public class DerivedClass : BaseClass
       public override void VirtualMethod()

Now i want to call base class method by creating object of DerivedClass using base keyword
Please help
Posted 4-Mar-13 1:29am
Edited 4-Mar-13 1:31am
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Solution 1

In your example (C++):

// Create an instance of DerivedClass
DerivedClass *dc = new DerivedClass();
// BTW this will work as well:
//BaseClass *dc = new DerivedClass();

// Call the method of base class
// Let' clean
delete dc;

This example shall give an output like:

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Solution 2

du[DE] at 4-Mar-13 8:48am
' Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for life' , huh?
Maciej Los at 4-Mar-13 9:09am
That's my motto!
And your is?
du[DE] at 4-Mar-13 9:25am
I'm too old to have a motto - perhaps "Too old to die young" if any ;)
Maciej Los at 4-Mar-13 9:44am

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