The ios::app mode allows us to write data anywhere in the file.

Each statement below is either TRUE or FALSE. Choose the most appropriate one
and ENTER in the “tear-off” sheet attached to the question paper, following
instructions therein.
2.1 The ios::app mode allows us to write data anywhere in the file.
2.2 It is legal to have an object of one class as a member of another class.
2.3 Function templates requires more memory space than normal function.
2.4 Templates are processed by the compiler.
2.5 Overloaded operator functions can be function templates.
2.6 There are only two visibility mode i.e. public and private.
2.7 When a derived class is instantiated only the derived class constructors are invoked.
2.8 Destructors are invoked in the reverse order of constructors.
2.9 The parameter type to overloaded subscript [ ] operator can be of any data type.
2.10 A constructor can be used to convert user-defined data types only.

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