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Language: C++
Expertise: All
Feb 20, 1998

Correct syntax for automatic object instantiation

When you instantiate an automatic object (e.g., on the stack) using its default constructor, mind that the correct syntax is:
 String str;	//correct 
And not this:
 String str(); //entirely different meaning 
Can you see why? The second statement is parsed as a declaration:
Danny Kalev
 
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