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Language: C++
Expertise: Intermediate
Mar 26, 2001

The Difference Between Implicit and Explicit Copy Constructors


If there are no calls to constructors in the initialization list, an implicit copy constructor of a derived class always calls the copy constructors of the base classes. On the other hand an explicit copy constructor of the derived class (one defined by the programmer) will call the default constructors of the base classes.
Mohit Kalra
 
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