Lesson 22 - Advanced Inheritance in C++
In the previous lesson, Exceptions in C++, we looked at exceptions. Today, in the C ++ tutorial, we're going to talk about advanced inheritance techniques, such as private and multiple inheritance.
Private and Protected Inheritance
Until now, we used the
public keyword to inherit from a class.
We already know how this keyword works for a long time. If we use the
private keyword instead, then all the
protected members of the class we inherit from become
private. Members are both methods and fields. A class can use
protected fields and methods of the base
class in its own methods, but we cannot access them from outside or from derived
classes. In principle, we can imagine that with
protected members are
private. However, we still do not have access to
private members of the base class (the one we inherit from).
Protected inheritance works similarly.
public is replaced by
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