Program Demonstrates Parameterized Constructors In Both The Base And Derived Classes In C++

LEVEL: Beginner

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  1. Code
  2. Output
  3. Background and Explanation of the code

Code


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Background and Explanation of the code


The statement;

derv d (10, 20);

in main ( ) invokes the constructor with two parameters of derv class which passes the values 10 and 20 to the formal arguments bb and aa respectively.The constructor with two parameters

derv (int bb, int aa) : base (aa)

passes the argument aa to its base class single parameter constructor to initialize its data member a by explicitly invoking it.After its execution , the control returns back to the derive constructor with two parameters which then initialize its own data member b with value stored in bb.Finally the values are displayed.

OUTPUT

Base’s single parameter constructor

Derived’s two parameter constructor

a  =  20      b  =   10