A. static B. run time C. friend
D. pointers E. void F. int
G. compile time H. size of I. heap
J. public K. register L. virtual
4.1 The dynamic memory is allocated by the operator new from the ________ area. 4.2 An integer variable is declared as ________ to speed up data access. 4.3 ________ pointers cannot be dereferenced without explicit type casting. 4.4 ________ function allows derived classes to provide different versions of a base class function. 4.5 If the value of a local variable is to be preserved between successive calls to that function, it is to be declared as ________. 4.6 Generic-data type is known at ________. 4.7 ________ function is allowed to access the private and protected members of a class using class objects. 4.8 ________ is used to find the number of bytes taken for the user define object. 4.9 Strings are always handled through ________. 4.10 A function that has return type ________ does not return anything.