allows a derived class to have more than one base class.

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 ________.

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