class Derived_Class: public CommonBase, protected Intermediate

A derived class

Inheritance:


Public

[more]parameters
[more]double a
the first parameter
[more]int b
a second parameter
[more]methods
[more]Derived_Class(double a, int b)
Constructor
[more]~Derived_Class()
destructor

Inherited from CommonBase:

Public Methods

const Derived_Class& getB(constIntermediate& c) const

Protected Fields

double variable

Inherited from Intermediate:


Inherited from CommonBase:

Public Methods

const Derived_Class& getB(constIntermediate& c) const

Protected Fields

double variable

Documentation

A derived class. Here we show multiple inheritance from two docified classes. This example shows how to structure the members of a class, if desired.

This is how this documentation has been generated:

    /** A derived class.
        Here we show multiple inheritance from two docified classes.
        This example shows how to structure the members of a class, if desired.

        This is how this documentation has been generated:
    * /

    class Derived_Class : public CommonBase, protected Intermediate {
     public:
      /**@name parameters * /
      //@{
      /// the first parameter
      double a;
      /// a second parameter
      int b;
      //@}

      /**@name methods * /
      //@{
      /// constructor
      /** This constructor takes two arguments, just for the sake of
          demonstrating how documented members are displayed by DOC++.
          @param a this is good for many things
          @param b this is good for nothing
      * /
      DerivedClass(double a, int b);
      /// destructor
      ~DerivedClass();
      //@}
    };
    
parameters

double a
the first parameter

int b
a second parameter

methods

Derived_Class(double a, int b)
Constructor. This constructor takes two arguments, just for the sake of demonstrating how documented members are displayed by DOC++.
Parameters:
a - this is good for many things
b - this is good for nothing

~Derived_Class()
destructor


This class has no child classes.

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