Tag: Destructor
Posts of Tag: Destructor
  1. Difference Between Constructor and Destructor

    **Difference Between Constructor and Destructor** Constructor and Destructor are the special methods which makes our crucial tasks easier while programming. If you have ever worked in programming language like ...Learn More
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  2. The difference between a destructor and a finalizer?

    Please Note: This question is about the difference in terminology between the words "destructor" and "finalizer" and their correct usage. I have merely provided examples of their use in C# and C++/CLI to demons...Learn More
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  3. How to do static de-initialization if the destructor has side effects and the object is accessed from another static object's destructor?

    There is a simple and well-known pattern to avoid the static initialization fiasco, described in section 10.13 of the C++ FAQ Lite. In this standard pattern, there is a trade-off made in that either the constr...Learn More
    Destructorc++static-initializationinitialization-order
  4. C++ List destructor called after every use of List's method

    This is a follow up to a question I asked earlier today regarding the appropriation of directly calling a class' destructor. I'm creating my own List for an assignment. I have overloaded the assignment, square ...Learn More
    Destructorlistc++
  5. destruction of a variable or array in C#

    I have a variable or array, which I no longer needed. How to destroy them? Sorry for noob-question. ...Learn More
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  6. In python 2.x should I call object.__del__?

    In Python 3.x all classes are subclasses of object. In 2.x you have to explicitly state class MyClass(object). And, as I'm trying to write as much 3.x compatible code as possible, I'm subclassing object. In my...Learn More
    PythonDestructorpython-2.xsubclass
  7. Default constructor

    struct Base{ Base(Base &){} // suppress default constructor }; struct Derived : Base{ }; int main(){ Derived d; } The code shown gives error because the default constructor (implicit) ...Learn More
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  8. Why is the destructor ignored in this code?

    The following code demonstrates a weird problem I have in a Turbo C++ Explorer project. One of the three stack objects in D::D() is not destroyed after going out of scope. This only happens if compiled in rele...Learn More
    Destructorc++c++builder
  9. Destructors not called when native (C++) exception propagates to CLR component

    We have a large body of native C++ code, compliled into DLLs. Then we have a couple of dlls containing C++/CLI proxy code to wrap the C++ interfaces. On top of that we have C# code calling into the C++/CLI wr...Learn More
    .NETDestructorExceptionc++-cliraii
  10. How does the C++ runtime system know when objects go out of scope

    I was wondering how the C++ runtime system detects when an object goes out of scope so that it calls the destructor accordingly to free up the occupied memory. Thanks. ...Learn More
    DestructorRuntimec++
  11. C++ - when are non-pointers class member destroyed?

    Suppose I have this code... class GraphFactory : public QObject { private: QMap<QString, IGraphCreator*> factory_; public: virtual ~GraphFactory(); }; GraphFactory::~GraphFactory() { ...Learn More
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  12. Python: How to implement a static list in a class referencing all created items and an easy way to delete the items?

    I have a class that stores all created references in a static list like this: class A: _List = [] def __init__(self): A._List.append(self) def __del__(self): A._List.remove(self) ...Learn More
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