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Real Name:  Alagu Sundari
Primary Role:  Coder
Company:  Siemens
Joined: Jun 2008 (11 years ago)
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class that should not be inherited.
How to write the class such that it should not be inherited by other class.
Posted to MB Topic: Standard C++ « C++ Board
11 years ago

mprestwood
For C++, to prevent derivation make the constructor a private member of the class. In .Net you use the keyword sealed and in java you use a final class.
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