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Polymorphism in C

, 5 Jul 2005 CPOL
The article demonstrates how to implement polymorphism using the C language.

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Santosh works as a Technical Architect in God's own Country, Kerala, India. He has been involved with C/C++ since 1996. Started with a few game clones and then went on to commercial software. He started his stint with software training and then went on to professional software development, design and architecture. Unix and C were his favorite in his early days but later grew very fond of Windows especially with the release of Windows NT 4.0 and Visual C++ 6.0. Technologies like COM and .Net fascinate him. He still lurks around Unix once in a while.

Music and the guitar are his second favorites and he manages to impress his friends with these skills when there are nobody better than him around. He is a patient and fun loving character who does not think too much about the future. He hates wasting time and so is working hard (in his dreams) to perfect instant transportation and time travel.

Oh! Yes. He loves Superman. Always did and always will. He would love to become a Superman and rid the world of all evil.

He used to be a Microsoft Visual C++ MVP (October 2009 - September 2013)

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