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class CBase {
    string id;
public:
    void show() {
        cout <<  id << endl;
    }
};

class CDerive1 : public CBase { };
class CDerive2 : public CBase { };
class CSon : public CDerive2, public CDerive1 { };

int main ( )
{
    CSon s;
    cout <<  &s << endl;
    cout <<  "---------" << endl;

    CDerive1 *pd1 = &s;
    cout <<  pd1 << " &S: " << &s <<  endl;
    CDerive2 *pd2 = &s;
    cout <<  pd2 << " &S: " << &s <<  endl;
    cout <<  "---------" << endl;


The output of this code is :
0035FB20
---------
0035FB3C
0035FB20
--------

don't know why cout << pd1, and cout << pd2 are different, they are assigned the same value &s.
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