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tiwal27-Jul-11 3:23
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QuestionHow to compile a file using unicode charset Pin
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QuestionDelete doesn't ^delete^ a reference? Pin
Dean Seo25-Jul-11 20:58
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AnswerRe: Delete doesn't ^delete^ a reference? Pin
Richard MacCutchan25-Jul-11 21:24
mveRichard MacCutchan25-Jul-11 21:24 
This is one of the anomalies of delete in C++. When an object (or block of memory) is deleted then it is marked as free and may be re-used at some later time. However, the actual memory content, and any pointers to it, will not be physically cleared. If you had followed your delete statement with some other statement that needed to allocate memory, then it is likely that the program would have failed, as callFunc would (probably) be pointing at something that was not a test object.

When deleting objects you should always reset any pointers to NULL in order to protect yourself from any potential hazards.
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Dean Seo26-Jul-11 14:11
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QuestionWorking with XML file in MFC Dialog based application? Pin
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Rolf Kristensen27-Jul-11 12:05
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QuestionDoes "parasoft c++ test" support VS2008? Pin
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