1. What will be the output of the following program? #include<iostream.h> class Base { int x, y; public: Base() { x = y = 0; } Base(int xx) { x = xx; } Base(int p, int q = 10) { x = p + q; y = q; } void Display(void) { cout<< x << " " << y << endl; } }objDefault(1, 1); class Derived: public Base { Base obj; public: Derived(int xx, int yy): Base(xx, xx + 1) { } Derived(Base objB = objDefault) { } }; int main() { Derived objD(5, 3); Derived ptrD = new Derived(objD); ptrD->Display(); delete ptrD; return 0; }






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