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Jonathan Davies7-Jun-13 5:43
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One of the points of an abstract class is you'd never create one (e.g. shape in example) - you can't create a 'shape' (what would it look like?) it has to be a circle or a square (as in the example) or some other real thing. But you do create objects that inherit from (use the code in) an abstract class. So the advantage is you only have to write the abstract class code (shape in the example) once, no matter how many different actual concrete classes which inherit the class, you can create such as square, circle etc all which inherit from it.
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QuestionVS2008 Custom Rules: Can I run two rules on one input file? Pin
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QuestionCommand Invoked by Shortcut not Crashing But by invoking Menu, it is crashing in MFC Pin
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