A. descructor B. ios C. polymorphism
D. ctype.h E. return F. class library
G. abstraction H. multiple inheritance I. constructor
J. overloading K. multilevel inheritance L. conio.h
4.1 A(n) ________ statement supplies a value from the called function to the calling function. 4.2 ________ allows a derived class to have more than one base class. 4.3 toupper( ) is defined in ________. 4.4 ________ is the process of highlighting the essential, inherent aspects of an entity while ignoring irrelevant details. 4.5 A group of related classes, supplied as a separate product, is often called a(n) ________. 4.6 A(n) ________ is called to deallocate memory of the objects of a class. 4.7 The ability of a function or operator to act in different ways on different data types is called ________. 4.8 The base class for most stream classes is the ________ class. 4.9 getch( ) is defined in ________. 4.10 A language feature that allows a function or operator to be given more than one definition is called ________.