Which of the following are good reasons to use an object oriented language?

A. You can define your data types

B. Program statements are simpler than in procedural languages.

C. An OO program can be taught to correct its own errors.

D. It's easier to conceptualize an OO program.

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

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  1. The member of a structure can be accessed through a pointer by
  2. Inline function specifier reduces the overheads associated with a normal function call.
  3. The template function declaration specifies
  4. Sharing of common information are achieved by the concept of
  5. Protected data members can be accessed
  6. A copy constructor is used to copy an object member wise to another object of the same class.
  7. The binding that binds a function call at run time is called
  8. The value of 'this' pointer can be changed.
  9. By default, members cannot be inherited.
  10. We can make function inline by using the keyword 'inline'.
  11. An object is an allocated space in memory.
  12. Pick out the most appropriate statement from the following
  13. A pure virtual function is a virtual function that has
  14. In a for loop with a multi-statement loop body, semicolons should appear following
  15. iostream is inheried from istream, ostream and ios class.
  16. "[]" Operator is a unary operator.
  17. The exception is processed using
  18. Operator overloading is
  19. Member function cannot be called from within a constructor.
  20. Pick out the most appropriate statement
  21. In C++, an identifier must be initialized using constant expression.
  22. new operator is used
  23. Class is similar to a variable.
  24. The members of a class can be made private by
  25. A member function can always access the data
  26. In case of nested class, enclosing class can directly access the private data member of nested class.
  27. The ?: can be used to replace
  28. Scope resolution operator has the highest precedence.
  29. :: is known as
  30. The characteristic that data can be manipulated only through member functions that are part of the class…