This section contains more frequently asked Programming In C++ Basics MCQs in the various University Level and Competitive Examinations.


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1. A virtual class is the same as

  • an abstract class
  • a class with a virtual function
  • a base class
  • none of the above.

2. Identify the operator that is NOT used with pointers

  • ->
  • &
  • *
  • >>

3. Consider the following statements char *ptr; ptr = “hello”; cout << *ptr; What will be printed?

  • first letter
  • entire string
  • it is a syntax error
  • last letter

4. In which case is it mandatory to provide a destructor in a class?

  • Almost in every class
  • Class for which two or more than two objects will be created
  • Class for which copy constructor is defined
  • Class whose objects will be created dynamically

5. The members of a class, by default, are

  • public
  • protected
  • private
  • mandatory to specify

6. Given a class named Book, which of the following is not a valid constructor?

  • Book ( ) { }
  • Book ( Book b) { }
  • Book ( Book &b) { }
  • Book (char* author, char* title) { }

7. Which of the statements is true in a protected derivation of a derived class from a base class?

  • Private members of the base class become protected members of the derived class
  • Protected members of the base class become public members of the derived class
  • Public members of the base class become protected members of the derived class
  • Protected derivation does not affect private and protected members of the 

8. Which of the following statements is NOT valid about operator overloading?

  • Only existing operators can be overloaded.
  • Overloaded operator must have at least one operand of its class type.
  • The overloaded operators follow the syntax rules of the original operator.
  • none of the above.

9. Exception handling is targeted at

  • Run-time error
  • Compile time error
  • Logical error
  • All of the above.

10. A pointer to the base class can hold address of

  • only base class object
  • only derived class object
  • base class object as well as derived class object
  • None of the above
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