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  1. Re: why it is necessary to deep copy a pointer in copy constructor?

    Deep copying the pointer copies both the pointer and address pointed to by the pointer, when overloading copy constructor. This avoids dangling pointer when one of the objects is deleted.
  2. How to call the function in derived class using base class?

    How to call the function fn2() in derived class using base class ptr? class Base

    {
    public: void fn1()
    {
    cout<<"Base";
    }
    };
    class Der: public Base
    {
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    Get and Set member fuctions in c++

    when should we use get and set member functions in c++? why to use it?:mad:
  4. how to communicate between two applications using MFC

    Say for an example, there is an edit ctrl in one application, if we update a text in this edit ctrl,it should immediately get updated in another application.(Both are MFC applications). Please tell...
  5. why it is necessary to deep copy a pointer in copy constructor?

    What is the need to provide deep copy of a pointer when overriding the copy constructor?
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