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Your line with "CTempLock (&(this->m_Lock));" will create an unnamed variable of type CTempLock, call the destructor specified, and then call the destructor and destroy the object.

As another poster pointed out, using a constructor reference in this way, is supported as a means to pass temporary objects to a function.

The temporary object only exists on the stack, long enough to make a function call, that is intended to use the temporary object as a reference.

modified 16-Jan-13 17:28pm.

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Questiondeque problem. Does this code has any problem? [solved] Pin
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