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Pick out the most appropriate statement

A. All variables must be declared before they are used

B. Variables in C++ need not be declared and the type can be assigned dynamically

C. Variables in C++ can be declared at the end of the program (before the main function terminates)

D. Variables can not be used explicitly in C++

Please do not use chat terms. Example: avoid using "grt" instead of "great".

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  1. The string table in C++ holds the
  2. Which of the following relationship is known as inheritancerelationship?
  3. In C++, the stream base class is
  4. By default, C++ uses the following method of passing arguments
  5. Organizing data with methods that operate on the data and creating a new data type is called encapsulation.
  6. In C++, identifiers have to be declared at the beginning of the blocks.
  7. A variable defined within a block is visible
  8. The getch() library function
  9. The declaration int **var1; shows that
  10. ios containes a pointer to streambuf.
  11. When one object initializes another object the following function is invoked
  12. Objects get destroyed in the reverse order as they are created.
  13. Classes are useful because they
  14. Operator overloading is
  15. Scope resolution operator has the highest precedence.
  16. One of the important features of an abstract class is
  17. The binding that binds a function call at run time is called
  18. Static data member occurs in only class scope.
  19. iostream is inheried from istream, ostream and ios class.
  20. Reference to an object behaves like a constant pointer.
  21. A member function can always access the data
  22. Overloaded functions
  23. Class members are _______________ by default
  24. The library function exit() causes an exit from
  25. In C++, the keyword auto can be used for
  26. Which of the following can legitimately be passed to a function?
  27. The ?: can be used to replace
  28. When you overload an arithmetic assignment operator, the result
  29. Inline function specifier reduces the overheads associated with a normal function call.
  30. By using protected, one can create class members that are private to their class but