A class that is not used to create any object is known as

A. stream B. pointer C. setw
D. abstract class E. stdio F. data
G. malloc( ) H. iostream I. new
J. protected K. late binding L. container
M. static binding

4.1 A class that is not used to create any object is known as ________.
4.2 A class that can contain objects of other classes is called ________ class.
4.3 The function which is linked with a particular class after compilation is known as ________.
4.4 cin and cout are the objects of ________ class.
4.5 In OOP, emphasis is on ________ rather than procedure.
4.6 ________ operator is used to allocate run time memory.
4.7 ________ access specifier allows access within its class and a class immediately derived from it only.
4.8 ________ is also known as field width operator.
4.9 this is a ________ that acts as an implicit argument to all the member functions.
4.10 A _____ acts as an interface between the program and the I/0 devices.

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