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, 29 Dec 2009 CPOL
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#include<iostr...
#include<iostream.h>
#include<conio.h>
 
class SealedClass //Sealed Class
{
private:
	SealedClass(){} //Declaring the Constructor in the Private Section hence preventing it to be called out side the class
public:
	int A;
	static SealedClass GetInstance()
	{
		SealedClass sealedclassObj;
		return sealedclassObj;
	}
};
 
class Inherited : SealedClass //will produce an Error SealedClass::SealedClass() is not accessible
{
public:
	Inherited() {};
};
 
void main()
{
	int i;
	clrscr();
	SealedClass SC = SealedClass::GetInstance(); //This way you can create the object of Sealed Class
	SC.A = 10;
	SealedClass SC1 = SealedClass::GetInstance();
	SC1.A = 20;
 
	cout << "SC.A = " << SC.A << "\n";
	cout << "SC1.A = " << SC1.A;
	getch();
}

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Soumya Ranjan Das
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QuestionWhy "bucket sort"? PinmemberSAKryukov1-Jan-10 12:13 

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