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LunaticFringe4-Apr-10 19:30
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TechAvtar wrote:
What will happen to the memory allocated for "hello"? Will it be released at assignment of "world"?


Yes. The current content of a CString variable will be automatically released when the variable goes out of scope, as well.

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Would someone like to explain why this has been 1-voted? The answer is correct. There may be some hedging involved as to whether new memory is actually allocated depending on the length of the two strings, as Joe pointed out, but the point is the reassignment of the variable will not result in a leak.

THAT was the question.

I assume the individual who voted it a 1 will now present some proof indicating that a leak WILL occur, justifying the 1?


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