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Which concept of OOP is false for C++?
Code can be written without using classes
Code must contain at least one class
A class must have member functions
At least one object should be declared in code
Explanation: In C++, it’s not necessary to use classes, and hence codes can be written without using OOP concept. Classes may or may not contain member functions, so it’s not a necessary condition in C++. And, an object can only be declared in a code if its class is defined/included via header file.
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