Re: Object/variable scope problems (Linux and Win comparison)

SG <>
Mon, 28 Feb 2011 09:35:39 -0800 (PST)
On 28 Feb., 16:42, jacob navia wrote:

Le 28/02/11 16:14, SG a crit :

On 28 Feb., 13:39, Mark wrote:

The implementation is very similar both in Win and *NIX.
CControlClass incorporates CLoggerClass this way.
*LoggerObj is declared as private member of CControlClass.
(CLoggerClass *LoggerObj)

   int CControlClass::readConfFile(const char * somefile){
     //do some parsing
     LoggerObj=new CLoggerClass("some_log_file.log");



btw, this looks like a Java/C# programmer is trying to import his
programming style into C++. You know that there is no garbage
collection in C++ and that you should delete the things you created
with new, right? [...]

There is no point in deleting anything since it is the main() function
and the OS will cleanup stuff anyway.

No, it's not restricted to the main function (see above). And it comes
with mo surprize that anything one writes here is subject to
nitpicking. I probably should have added a "generally" in there
somewhere... If it makes you feel any better, I have no problem with
you allocating memory once in a main function and not explicitly
releasing it or any other popular singleton implementation strategy
which does not destruct the object.


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