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Do you know what are pure virtual functions?


Pure virtual functions are also called 'do nothing functions'.
e.g. virtual void abc() = 0;
When a pure virtual fnction is declared in the base class, the compiler necessitates the derived classes to define those functions or redeclare them are pure virtual functions. The classes containing pure virtual functions cannot be used to declare objects of their own. Such classes are called as abstract base classes.

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