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Fill in the blanks for each of the following:
The _____________ operator qualifies a member with its namespace.
The _____________ operator allows an object's "const-ness" to be cast away.
Because an unnamed namespace has an implicit using directive, its members appear to occupy the _____________, are accessible directly and do not have to be qualified with a namespace name.
Operator _____________ is the operator keyword for inequality.
A class may be derived from more than one base class; such derivation is called _____________.
When a base class is inherited as _____________, only one subobject of the base class will appear in the derived class.
State which of the following are true and which are false. If a statement is false, explain why.
When passing a non-const argument to a const function, the const_cast operator should be used to cast away the "const-ness" of the function.
namespaces are guaranteed to be unique.
Like class bodies, namespace bodies also end in semicolons.
namespaces cannot have namespaces as members.
A mutable data member cannot be modified in a const member function.