Definitions for "Multiple inheritance"
In object-oriented programming, the practice of allowing a class to have two or more direct superior classes, and inheriting the properties of them all.
A form of inheritance whereby classes inherit their definitions from more than one class. See also primary direct superior class and linearize.
The ability of a class to inherit from more than one base class. That is, the derived class inherits all public and protected members from all of its base classes. Compare to single inheritance.
Keywords:  features, item, new, original, creating
Creating new items from two or more original item's features without changing the original item.