When a language has the capacity to produce new data type, it is said to be

A. Reprehensible

B. Encapsulated

C. Overload

D. Extensible

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  1. Static member functions have file scope.
  2. You can read input that consists of multiple lines of text using
  3. Friend function have access to the
  4. A destructor can have arguments like constructor.
  5. By using protected, one can create class members that are private to their class but
  6. Private members of a structure can be accessed directly from the outside of the structure.
  7. The getch() library function
  8. The binding that binds a function call at run time is called
  9. Overloaded functions
  10. The && and || operators
  11. Element double Array[7] is which element of the array?
  12. Private data members can be accessed
  13. The ?: can be used to replace
  14. Sharing of common information are achieved by the concept of
  15. In a class, only the member function can access data, which is not accessible to outside. This feature…
  16. A copy constructor is used to copy an object member wise to another object of the same class.
  17. A base class is inherited by
  18. this' pointer has to be used while accessing data members in a member function.
  19. In C++, the keyword auto can be used for
  20. Class members are _______________ by default
  21. In C++, the stream base class is
  22. Which of the following is true about const member functions?
  23. The scope resolution operator is -
  24. The library function exit() causes an exit from
  25. A normal C++ operator that acts in a special way on newly defined data types is said to be
  26. _______ argument(s) are passed in case of unary overloaded operators.
  27. The member of a structure can be directly accessed by
  28. A function that is called automatically when an object is destroyed is known as
  29. Which of the following are good reasons to use an object oriented language?
  30. It is possible to allow non member function access to private members of a class by declaring it as