Continuing where I left off previously, I’ve been going through chapter 9, Inheritance and Polymorphism from Ivor Horton’s Beginning Visual C++ 2008 and consulting various other books a little more often than I had been up until now. One of those books was C++ Programming: Visual QuickStart Guide, by Larry Ullman and Andreas Signer.
Edit: There is a slightly better (cleaned up) version here.
I was reading chapter 8, Class Inheritance where I ran afoul of this warning:
Pay attention when overriding methods. If you don’t use the exactly same parameters and return values, you’ll end up with an overloaded method, and not an overridden one. Such mistakes are very hard to debug