When i develop a destructor, do i require to explicitly call, C/C++ Programming

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When I develop a destructor, do I require to explicitly call the destructors for my member objects?

 

 


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3/15/2013 5:41:20 AM

A: yes.

Imagine that List is the name of some class. Function f() declares a local List object called x:

void f()

{

List x; // Local object named x (of class List)

...

}

However function g() declares a function called x() that returns a List:

void g()

{

List x(); // Function named x (that returns a List)

...

}

 

 

 

 

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