How is inheritance in C++ different than that in Java?

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Can someone explain me the difference between inheritance in Java and inheritance in C++?
Feb 4, 2019 in Java by dishank
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The purpose of inheritance is same for both Java and C++.

In Java classes are directly or indirectly inherited from Object hence there is always a single inheritance tree in Java.

In C++, there are multiple classes; when there is a class that doesn’t inherit from anything, there is a new tree created in forest.

Java doesn’t support multiple inheritance but C++ does. A class cannot inherit from more than one class in Java but a class can implement multiple interfaces though.
answered Feb 6, 2019 by Priyaj
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