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Can you please explain the difference between homogeneous and a heterogeneous container?


A container is an object holding instances of another object. A container that contains or holds objects of a single type is said to be homogenous. On the other hand, A container that contains objects (derived from a common base class) of a variety of types is termed heterogeneous.

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