Which of the following keyword supports dynamic method resolution?

A. abstract

B. Virtual

C. Dynamic

D. Typeid

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  2. All macro substitutions in a program are done before compilation of the program.
  3. What is right way to Initialization array?
  4. The same variable names of automatic type can be used in different functions without any conflict.
  5. = and = = have the same operation.
  6. What will be output if you will compile and execute the following c code?#include int main(){ char c=125;…
  7. The main() function can call itself recursively.
  8. && and & operators have the same meaning.
  9. unsigned' is a valid variable name.
  10. Which of the following correctly describes C++ language?
  11. All elements of a structure are allocated contiguous memory locations.
  12. Nested macros are allowed.
  13. ------ is the ternary operator
  14. static variable will not always have assigned value.
  15. the value *(&i) is same as printing the value of address of i.
  16. What is Keywords?
  17. gets() and puts() are unformatted I/O functions.
  18. A declaration float a, b; occupies ___ of memory
  19. char *s[10] defines an array of ------------------------
  20. What is the right way to access value of structure variable book{ price, page }?
  21. Which header file is essential for using strcmp() function?
  22. Which of the following is not an infinite loop
  23. C programming language was developed by
  24. Which of the following is not recommended in a header file?
  25. # define PI = 8;' is the correct declaration of macros.
  26. The size of signed integer is ------ bytes.
  27. The output of the following code is: main() { int sub[50]; for(i=0; i<=48;i++) { sub[i]=i; printf("%d",…
  28. fprintf()function can be used to write into console.
  29. Operation between an integer and float always yields a float result.
  30. The output of the following code is: void main() {int a = 1, b=2; int *ip; ip=&a; b=*ip; printf("%d",…