Re: About pure virtual function

"Bo Persson" <>
Fri, 18 Apr 2008 18:06:26 +0200
Lorry Astra wrote:


I've learned all of the answers, I think maybe I misunderstand the
concept of pure virtual function and abstract class when some
classed inheritate from it. What I understand is: If a new
class(common class, not abstract one) inheritates from an abstract
class, it must define all of the pure virtual functions, if not,
then this new class has an error and we can justify this error not
until we define an object of this new class.

And what I can get the view of c++ compiler is : if a new class
inheritates from an abstract class, new class doesn't need to
define all of the pure virtual functions, that's no problem, but
you can't define an object of this new class, if you define one,
you are wrong.
Is that right?

Yes, the derived class is still an abstract class. You can derive
further from this, perhaps several classes, and defined the remaining
functions there.

Like Arnaud said in another post, C++ just has classes. It is our
choice to use them as interfaces or abstract base classes. Nothing in
the languages stops us from mixing the concepts - it is up to us, the
programmers, to choose how to use it.

Bo Persson

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