Polymorphism Concept in C++

In this tutorial, I will explain about the Polymorphism concept in cplusplus. Polymorphism is the advanced concept of OOP (Object Oriented Programming).

The word Polymorphism stand for having many forms. Typically, Polymorphism used in case of inheritance within a class or different class.

Polymorphism concept in cplusplus example

Below program will explain the concept of Polymorphism and at the end of this tutorial, we have shared the output of the below c++ program.

Program Output

Parent class area :
Parent class area :

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1 thought on “Polymorphism Concept in C++”

  1. Did you notice that the output shows that the same method is called twice?

    So polymorphism means a lot of different code that results in the same behaviour??? I thought not.

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