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The family name for yolo is Panda
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Within Panda, both the Bear and Raccoon classes serve as intermediates rather than as the most derived class As an intermediate derived class, direct invocations of all virtual base class constructors are suppressed automatically Were Panda subsequently derived from, then Panda itself would become an intermediate class of the derived class object, and its invocation of the ZooAnimal constructor would be suppressed automatically You may perhaps have noticed that the two arguments being passed to both the Bear and Raccoon constructors are unnecessary when
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the classes serve as intermediate derived classes A design solution to avoid the unnecessary argument passing is to provide an explicit constructor to be invoked when the class serves as an intermediate derived class Our intermediate Bear class constructor, for example, might be modified as follows:
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class Bear : public virtual ZooAnimal { public: // when the most derived class Bear( string name, bool onExhibit=true ) : ZooAnimal( name, onExhibit, "Bear" ), _dance( two_left_feet ) {} // rest the same protected: // when an intermediate derived class Bear() : _dance( two_left_feet ) {} // rest the same };
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We designate this instance of the constructor as protected because it is intended only to be invoked by subsequently derived classes Presuming that we provide a similar default constructor for Raccoon, we can now revise our Panda constructor as follows:
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Panda::Panda( string name, bool onExhibit = true ) : ZooAnimal( name, onExhibit, "Panda" ), Endangered( Endangered::environment, Endangered::critical ) _sleeping( false ) {}
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Constructor and Destructor Order Virtual base classes are always constructed prior to nonvirtual base classes regardless of where they appear in the inheritance hierarchy For example, in the following admittedly whimsical TeddyBear derivation, there are two virtual base classes: the immediate ToyAnimal instance and the ZooAnimal instance from which Bear is derived:
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Character { }; BookCharacter : public Character { }; ToyAnimal { }; TeddyBear : public BookCharacter, public Bear, public virtual ToyAnimal { };
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The hierarchy is pictured in Figure 185, in which the virtual derivations are indicated with dashed arrows and the nonvirtual derivations are indicated with solid arrows
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The immediate base classes are examined in the order of their declaration for the presence of virtual base classes In our example, the inheritance subtree of BookCharacter is examined first, then that of Bear, and finally that of ToyAnimal Each subtree is examined depth first; that is, the search begins with the root class and moves down For the BookCharacter subtree, first Character, then BookCharacter are examined For the Bear subtree, first ZooAnimal, then Bear are examined The order of virtual base class constructor invocations for TeddyBear, under this search algorithm, is ZooAnimal followed by ToyAnimal Once the virtual base class constructors are invoked, the nonvirtual base class constructors are invoked in the order of declaration: BookCharacter then Bear Prior to execution of the BookCharacter constructor, its base class Character constructor is invoked Given the declaration
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Bear's virtual base class immediate virtual base class BookCharacter's nonvirtual base class immediate nonvirtual base class immediate nonvirtual base class most derived class
where the initialization of ZooAnimal and ToyAnimal are the responsibility of TeddyBear, the most derived class of the Paddington class object The order of copy constructor invocations under memberwise initialization (and of copy assignment operators under memberwise assignment) are the same The order of base class destructor calls is guaranteed to be the reverse order of constructor invocation
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