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Language: C++
Expertise: Intermediate
Jan 9, 1999

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Phases of Construction

The construction of an object consists of several phases, including constructing its base and embedded objects, assigning a this pointer, creating the virtual table, and invoking the constructor's body. The construction of an object declared as const and/or volatile has an additional phase that turns an object into a const/volatile one. Therefore, you should not assume any "constness" of an object unless it has been fully constructed. And of course, a constructor of a const/volatile object can modify its object.
Danny Kalev
 
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