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Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
1. The base class inherits all its properties from the derived class.
2. Inheritance is an ‘‘is-a’’relationship.
3. In single inheritance, the derived class is derived from a single base class.
4. A derived class inherits all its data members from the base class; it has none of its own.
5. In multiple inheritance, the derived class is derived from more than one base class.
6. Private members of a base class can be accessed by a derived class.
7. A derived class cannot directly access public members of a base class.
8. The derived class can redefine public member functions of a base class.
9. Overriding a member function is the same as redefining it.
____ 10. Redefining a member function is the same as overloading the member function.
____ 11. A class cannot have a constructor with default parameters.
____ 12. A derived class cannot have a constructor with default parameters.
____ 13. Header files of new classes contain commands that tell the computer where to look for definitions of the base
____ 14. A derived class can directly access the protected members of a base class.
____ 15. Composition is a “has-a” relationship.
____ 16. In C++ the user can create new operators.
____ 17. Default arguments can be used with an overloaded operator.
____ 18. When overloading an operator, the meaning of how an operator works with built-in types remains the same.
____ 19. In C++, every object of a class maintains a hidden pointer to itself, and the name of this pointer is “hidden”.
____ 20. A friend function is a member function of a class but only has access to the class’s public data members.
____ 21. When writing the definition of a friend function, the name of the class and the scope resolution operator do
not precede the name of the