Issue with qcc

I am not sure if this is the right place to post this. I have a simple
program that compiles on other compilers but not using qcc. If this is not
the correct place, please direct me to where it should go.

In my code I have a polymorphic method in the base class. In the sub class
I would like to overload one of the two methods and still have access to the
other in the base class. The below code is what I was using:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>


class TestClass
{
public:
virtual void Hello()
{
printf(“Hello\n”);
};
virtual void Hello(int temp)
{
printf(“Hello with int\n”);
};
virtual void Hello1()
{
printf(“Hello1\n”);
};

};

class SubTestClass : public TestClass
{
public:
using TestClass::Hello;
void Hello(int temp)
{
printf(“SubClassHello\n”);
};
};

class SubSubTestClass : public SubTestClass
{
public:
using SubTestClass::Hello;
void Hello(int temp)
{
printf(“SubSubClassHello\n”);
};
};

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
TestClass *tc; // base class pointer
SubTestClass *sc = new SubTestClass(); // sub class
SubSubTestClass *ssc = new SubSubTestClass(); // subsub class

printf("\nFirstTest, Set *tc to Subclass and print\n");
tc = sc; // set base class pointer to sub class
tc->Hello();
tc->Hello(1);
sc->TestClass::Hello();
sc->Hello(1);
sc->Hello1();

printf("\nSecondTest, Set tc to ssc and print\n");
tc = ssc; // set base class pointer to subsub class
delete sc;
sc = ssc;
tc->Hello();
tc->Hello(1);
tc->Hello1();
sc->Hello();
sc->Hello(1);
sc->Hello1();
ssc->Hello();
ssc->Hello(1);
ssc->Hello1();
return(0);
}

When I try to compile it I get the following errors:

[temp/inheritancetest] qcc test.cpp -lang-c++ -o test
test.cpp:31: cannot adjust access to void TestClass::Hello(int)' in class
SubTestClass’
test.cpp:28: because of local method void SubTestClass::Hello(int)' with same name test.cpp:41: cannot adjust access to void SubTestClass::Hello(int)’ in
class SubSubTestClass' test.cpp:38: because of local method void SubSubTestClass::Hello(int)’
with same name
test.cpp: In function int main(int, char **)': test.cpp:64: no matching function for call to SubTestClass::Hello ()’
test.cpp:28: candidates are: void SubTestClass::Hello(int)
test.cpp:67: no matching function for call to `SubSubTestClass::Hello ()’
test.cpp:38: candidates are: void SubSubTestClass::Hello(int)
cc: /usr/lib/gcc-lib/ntox86/2.95.2/cc1plus error 33

I believe that the code is correct. I have compiled it with other compilers
and it worked. Is this just not an implemented feature or is is a bug?

Thanks,