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From: glevand AT gol DOT _N_o_S_p_a_m_ DOT com (Geoffrey Levand)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp,comp.os.msdos.programmer
Subject: Re: C++, Virtual Functions
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Thu, 22 Jul 1999 15:22:56 +1200: "David Mitchell"
<dmitchell AT inet DOT net DOT nz> wrote:

>Right, three questions:
>
>What are virtual functions?
>
>Why would I use them?
>
>How do I use them (esp w/ DJGPP)?
>

There is no connection between virtual functions and DOS.

Virtual functions are functions called indirectly through a table of
function pointers.  Get a book on C++ programming for the other
answers.  


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