You can read input that consists of multiple lines of text using

A. The normal cout<< combination

B. The cin.get() function with one argument

C. The cin.get() function with two argument

D. The cin.get() function with three argument

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

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  1. The signature of a function is
  2. Static data member can be declared as const too.
  3. The library function exit() causes an exit from
  4. When a language has the capacity to produce new data type, it is said to be
  5. Class is similar to a variable.
  6. Reference to an object behaves like a constant pointer.
  7. The scope resolution operator is -
  8. A destructor can have a return type.
  9. Member function cannot be called from within a constructor.
  10. The template function declaration specifies
  11. What is the output of the following program segment - for(i = 1, j = 0; i < 10; i++) j += i; cout…
  12. In a class, only the member function can access data, which is not accessible to outside. This feature…
  13. Element double Array[7] is which element of the array?
  14. In C++, an identifier must be initialized using constant expression.
  15. A base class is inherited by
  16. this' is an implicit pointer.
  17. Which of the following can legitimately be passed to a function?
  18. Which of the following are good reasons to use an object oriented language?
  19. Protected data members can be accessed
  20. By default, C++ uses the following method of passing arguments
  21. Private members of a structure can be accessed directly from the outside of the structure.
  22. Static data member occurs in only class scope.
  23. One of the important features of an abstract class is
  24. main() returns a value of type
  25. new operator is used
  26. Public data members can be accessed
  27. By using protected, one can create class members that are private to their class but
  28. Friend function have access to the
  29. Delete operator is used
  30. An object is an allocated space in memory.