Converting a Virtual Member Function to a Pure Virtual One in a Derived Class

In general, a derived class that inherits a pure virtual member function from its abstract base class implements this function. The opposite is also true: a virtual member function that is implemented in a base class can become pure virtual in a derived class. For example:

 class Base{   virtual void func() { /*do something */ }};class Derived : public Base{  virtual void func() = 0; // redefined as pure virtual};

You don’t normally convert a virtual member function to a pure virtual in a derived class, however, sometimes it is the only way to overcome flaws in a base class that you are not allowed to fix but have to inherit from.

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