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What happens when an object is destroyed that doesn't have an explicit destructor?

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What happens when an object is destroyed that doesn't have an explicit destructor?
posted Feb 3, 2015 by Alwaz

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Destructor synthesizing is done by a compiler of an object’s class.
For instance, if an object of a class Sample is destroyed without invoking the destructor explicitly, the compiler synthesizes the destructor which destroys the object of the class Sample.

This process is done by invoking

Sample::~Sample().

answer Feb 4, 2015 by Mohammed Hussain
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