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Tip of the Day
Language: C++
Expertise: All
Nov 27, 2000

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Constructor Names

Technically speaking, constructors have no name. This may seem strange at first because you define a constructor for class X as X::X(). However, this construct is not the name of a constructor; it's only a syntactic construct that enables you to declare and define a constructor. A constructor is a special member function that you can never call explicitly. It's called implicitly when you instantiate an object. However, unlike ordinary functions, you cannot take its address or call it explicitly.
Danny Kalev
 
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