Adriano dos Santos Fernandes
adrianosf at uol.com.br
Fri Oct 29 19:36:01 UTC 2004
Paul Gearon wrote:
> If not for the virtual table then a pointer of type base* would always
> find the base::print() method, even if the object is of type
> "derived". Calling a method on an object without a virtual table just
> goes to some fixed offset from the start of the object to find the
Wrong. The method is called as a normal function (resolved by the linker).
A class that don't have virtual functions is as a C struct, it don't
have "hide" variables.
> Paul Gearon
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