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Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Sep 1, 1999

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Why don't destructors work on global classes?

Question:
Why don't destructors work on global classes?

Answer:
Actually, destructors do work in global objects. The problem is, they are invoked after the program has ended so you don't have a chance to see them executing (likewise, the constructor of global objects executes before program's outset). For this reason, it's best to avoid global objects.

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