Multilevel inheritance in C++ OOP – Example program

Multilevel inheritance in C++ OOP – Example program

In this tutorial we will learn about the followings;

  1. Multilevel inheritance in C++ OOP
  2.  Example of multi-level inheritance in C++ OOP
  3. The syntax of multi-level inheritance in C++ OOP
  4. The basic program of multi-level inheritance  in C++ OOP

What is Multi-level inheritance?

A derived class can be derived from another derived class. A child class can be the parent of another class.

Give an example of multilevel inheritance?

Class C is a child of class B and class B is child class of class A.

multivel child parent relationship of classes
Figure: multi-level inheritance.

What is the syntax of multilevel inheritance?

Class A

{

Statements of Class A

};

Class B: public class A

{

Statements of Class  b

};

Class C: public class B

{

Statements of Class  C

};

Basic Program of multi-level inheritance

 

Here in this example there is multi level inheritance because

  • Declaration of variable n1 is inherited from sum to child1 
  • Declaration of Variable n2 is inherited from chil1 to child2 
  • Child2 now uses one variable of its first parent and one variable of its grandfather.

So, this is a better example of multilevel inheritance.

Topic Covered

Multilevel inheritance in C++ OOP with example and program.

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