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Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 18, 1997

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Inheritance and parameter pushing

Question:
Why do I need private inheritance in C++? Is it true that (in C++) function parameters are pushed onto the stack from right to left? If so, why?

Answer:
Use private inheritance whenever you want to reuse code from a class. Private inheritance can often be replaced with containment. Sometimes it is useful to convert the derived class pointer to a base class pointer inside the derived class. Private inheritance is useful in such cases.

The C++ language does not specify how the parameters are pushed on the stack. Implementations are free to choose any form they want.

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