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When accessing class members, the member operator is used. The member operator is the following punctuation. a b : d @ 4.A default constructor a.

3.When accessing class members, the member operator is used. The member operator is the following punctuation.

a []

b :

c .

d @

4.A default constructor

a. is always called when an object is created.

b. is only created when no constructor parameters are specified.

c. must always return the class that is constructed.

d. All of the above

5.Unions are

a. defined just like structs, though their memory behaves differently.

b. a place to store multiple data types simultaneously.

c. a concept from the C language that is uncommon in C++.

d. All of the above

6.Enums could be replaced with

a. multiple #define statements.

b. multiple const int variables.

c. either #define statements or const int variables.

d. None of the above

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