Interfaces in C++ (Abstract Classes)
Abstract classes are the way to achieve abstraction in C++. Abstraction in C++ is the process to hide the internal details and showing functionality only. Abstraction can be achieved by two ways:
Abstract class and interface both can have abstract methods which are necessary for abstraction.
C++ Abstract class
In C++ class is made abstract by declaring at least one of its functions as <>strong>pure virtual function. A pure virtual function is specified by placing "= 0" in its declaration. Its implementation must be provided by derived classes.
Let's see an example of abstract class in C++ which has one abstract method draw(). Its implementation is provided by derived classes: Rectangle and Circle. Both classes have different implementation.
drawing rectangle... drawing circle...