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By estherschindler
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Published: Apr 11 2013 / 14:14

For more than 30 years, C++ got along without inheritance control keywords. It wasn’t easy, to say the least. Disabling further derivation of a class was possible but tricky. To prevent users from overriding a virtual function in a derived class you had to lean over backwards. But not any more: Two new context-sensitive keywords make your job a lot easier. Here’s how they work.
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