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A struct is the same as a class except that

(A) there are no member functions.

(B) all members are public.

(C) cannot be used in inheritance hierarchy.

(D) it does have a this pointer
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Option B is correct since, by default, all members of a struct are public whereas in a class, by default, all members are private.
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