Construction and Destruction I (Answer)
Cobject, most often when passing by value or returning such an object.
~character is called a tilde.)
Cis called whenever an object of class
Cceases to exist. For named variables and parameters of class
C, this is at the closing
}. For temporary objects, this is largely up to the compiler. Objects created by
neware destroyed when they are
Cis a constructor which takes one argument which is a reference to
C. It is called whenever the system needs to copy an object of type
C, as described above.
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