Well, if that is going to count as different answers than so is my `abc->ABC::C::B:rint2()', `abc->::ABC::C::B:rint2()', `abc->ABC::B:rint2()', and `abc->::ABC::B:rint2()'.
The class `ABC' only has one `B' which is inherited through `C' thus those methods are all the same.
If differences in syntax is all that is required, I have an infinite number of answers.
Dude from private message, if you have something to say about what I say relevant to a thread don't hesitate to keep it there.
Anyway, by that I mean that I assume that I'm the only one who'd bother to look due to the obvious answer (std::cout << "CORRECT OUTPUT".I honestly doubt that anyone else would have even noticed the ambiguity and missing function definitions.