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BCA213 - Object Oriented Programming C++

Q1. Differentiate between an external variable and an automatic variable with the help of an
example. 10

Answer. Automatic variables is default variable in C++. All the variables we have created and used in
programs are automatic variables. These variables can also be declared by prefixing the keyword auto.
One of important characteristics of

Q2. What is “this pointer” in C++? What are the features of “this pointer”? [3+7]

Answer. The pointer is used as a pointer to the class object instance by the member function. The
address of the class instance is passed as an implicit parameter to the member functions. The sample
below, in this section shows how to use it. It is common knowledge that C++ keeps only one copy of
each member function

Q3. Explain destructor in detail. 10

Answer. Destructors are usually used to deallocate memory and do other cleanup for a class object and
its class members when the object is destroyed. A destructor is called for a class object when that object
passes out of scope or is
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Q1. What is Polymorphism? What are the different types of Polymorphism? 3+7

Answer. Polymorphism means same content but different forms. In C++, polymorphism enables the
same program code calling different functions of different classes. Imagine a situation where you would
like to create a class shape and derive classes such as rectangle, circle, triangle etc. Let us suppose each
of the classes has a member function draw() that causes the object to be drawn on the screen. You
would like to write a common code as

Q2. Explain sequence containers. 10

Answer. STL provides a number of container types, representing objects that contain other objects. The
STL contains sequence containers and associative containers. The standard sequence containers include
vector, deque and list

Q3. Discuss the following functions of file operations

a) tellg ()

b) seekp ()

c) ignore ()

d) getline () 2.5x4

Answer. a) tellg()

tellg() – Returns an int type, that shows the current position of the inside-pointer. This one works only
when you read a file. Example:

#include <

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