Described "pure virtual" member function? , C/C++ Programming

Described "pure virtual" member function?   

 

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A: The abstract class whose pure virtual method ought to be implemented through all the classes that derives on these. Or else it would result into a compilation error. It construct should be utilized when one wished to ensure that all of the derived classes implement the method described as pure virtual in base class.

 

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