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When to override and overload in C++? The strange rules and exceptions covered

When to override and overload in C++? The strange rules and exceptions covered

This would typify an override example regardless if it not a pointer override:

#include
using namespace std;

class Base
{
public:
Base() {};
virtual ~Base() {};

virtual int foo() { cout << "base foo" << '\n'; return 0; }; }; class Derived : public Base { public: Derived() {}; ~Derived() {}; int foo() { cout << "derived foo" << '\n'; return 0; }; }; int main() { Derived d; d.foo(); //below works to to instantiate Derived* d2=new Derived(); d2->foo();
return 0;
}

You cannot change the return type of an over riding function in a derived class. It must have the same data type, same argument list, and return type.

You can overload the new operator which will allow the programmer to allocate memory his or her own way.

In order to overload the << operator, you will need to make a friend. Overloading the << operator should be ostream & while implicitly it becomes the this pointer of the class. The only operators you cannot overload include sizeof, ., *, ->, ::, and ?

It is always good to make sure you have const to ensure that your implementation will not change anything.

The inline function is used to tell the compiler to substitute the code within the function for every instance of a function call. This substitution happens at the discretion of the compiler. It will not take place if the code is to large to inline or if the address is taken.

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