1. Which of the following statement is correct about the program given below? #include<iostream.h> class IndiaBix { int x; float y; public: void BixFunction(int = 0, float = 0.00f, char = 'A'); void BixFunction(float, int = 10.00, char = 'Z'); void BixFunction(char, char, char); }; int main() { IndiaBix objBix; objBix.BixFunction(10 1.0, int(56.0)); return 0; } void IndiaBix::BixFunction(int xx, float yy, char zz) { x = xx + int(yy); cout<< "x = " << x << endl; } void IndiaBix::BixFunction(float xx, int yy, char zz) { x = zz + zz; y = xx + yy; cout<< " x = " << x << endl; } void IndiaBix::BixFunction(char xx, char yy, char zz) { x = xx + yy + zz; y = float(xx 2); cout<< " x = " << x << endl; }






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