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Copy Constructors Whenever you initialize an object, C++ will make the copy by invoking the class's copy constructor , a constructor that accepts another object of the same type as a parameter.
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7-2 Classes with Pointer Members When we create new classes (define new types) it is our job to specify what happens when these objects are assigned, copied, or destroyed.
Where the compiler would normally be compelled to use the copy-constructor (by dint of the temporaries being unacceptable for the move constructors), it will select instead the operator Simple_proxy () operator Simple_proxy () on the rvalue matched with the Simple (Simple_proxy sp) Simple (Simple_proxy sp) ...
• Copy constructor for class C: Constructor executed automatically whenever a C instance must be copied — One copy constructor (at most) for each class • Automatically invoked in following cases: 1.
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