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Some new terminologies in C++

Discussion in 'C++' started by dtejas, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. dtejas

    dtejas New Member

    Jul 27, 2012
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    Hello All,

    This is my first post in the forum. And I'm also comparatively new to C++. So accept my apologies in advance if I dont sound like a noob and make you tickle :happy:

    SO..I've been studying and teaching C++ for around 2 years now. But just a few days back I found some new terms which I have never seen associated with C++. So kindly put some light on these topics for me. I'm much grateful.

    The topics are as follows :

    1. Economy of Expression (I read this term in "The C Programming Language" on the very first line but still couldnt relate it.)
    2. Concept of common mechanism
    3. How to identify a common mechanism
    4. How do the concepts of Common Mechanism and virtual methods combine to give
    Polymorphic behavior
    5. Do’s and Don’ts of developing a class hierarchy
    6. How to design the Root class of the hierarchy
    7. How to design package structure of an application

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