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Question of the Day: Computer Science

class Base{};

class Derived : public Base{


        void method(){ cout<< "method1\n"; }


class Derived2 : public Base{


        void method() { cout<< "method2\n"; }


int main(){

    Base* bp = new Derived();

    Derived2* d2p = bp;

    d2p -> method();


What is the result of compiling and running the program in C++?


The program compiles and runs, printing "method2"

The program does not compile.

The program compiles and crashes when it runs.

The program compiles and runs to completion without printing anything

The program compiles and runs, printing "method1"

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