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When copy constructors called?

 

 

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When copy constructors called?

A: In following cases, Copy constructors are called: (a) while a function returns an object of that class through value

(b) While the object of that class is passed by value as an argument to a function

(c) While you construct an object depend on another object of the same class

(d) while compiler generates a temporary object

 

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