c++ : regarding (inheritence)base class and derived class
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The problem is that different compilers may compile overloaded functions differently and it may cause unexpected problems. I suggest, if it is possible in your case, to move function1 out of classes and make it a friend of both, or only class C, depending on what is more convienient for you.
Distribution: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0 Advanced Server
i am not using function1() in my derived class C
so how to specify not to consider thi fun(if it is possible).
or even if it considers one of these class function1() no problem.
thing is that how to specify take from this class
i can't use class resolution operator because i am not using this
method in my derived class