The string table in C++ holds the

A. string constants in your program

B. program statements in string form

C. variables whose type is of string

D. none of the above

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  1. By default, C++ uses the following method of passing arguments
  2. this' pointer has to be used while accessing data members in a member function.
  3. The member of a structure can be directly accessed by
  4. If a friend function is declared inside a class it can access all data members of the class.
  5. Scope resolution operator has the highest precedence.
  6. We cannot have the address of a constructor.
  7. A destructor can have a return type.
  8. Which of the following is not a component of file system
  9. _______ argument(s) are passed in case of unary overloaded operators.
  10. One of the important features of an abstract class is
  11. The && and || operators
  12. The signature of a function is
  13. A function that is called automatically when an object is created is known as
  14. The string table in C++ holds the
  15. :: is known as
  16. A normal C++ operator that acts in a special way on newly defined data types is said to be
  17. The member of a structure can be accessed through a pointer by
  18. Static member functions have file scope.
  19. Private members of a structure can be accessed directly from the outside of the structure.
  20. Public data members can be accessed
  21. this' is an implicit pointer.
  22. Constructor returns void type value.
  23. What is the output of the following program segment - for(i = 1, j = 0; i < 10; i++) j += i; cout…
  24. Element double Array[7] is which element of the array?
  25. The new operator always returns a void pointer.
  26. "[]" Operator is a unary operator.
  27. One of the major disadvantage with late binding is
  28. The template function declaration specifies
  29. In C++, identifiers have to be declared at the beginning of the blocks.
  30. It is possible to allow non member function access to private members of a class by declaring it as