dhasenan at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 15:41:46 PST 2008
>> What is Class doesn't have a default constructor, or has many?
> What is the difference between `first only having a reference and then
> allocating` or `direct allocation` in those two cases?
> Or can't the instance be allocated in those cases?
> If they can't then what is the use of having only a reference to them?
Interesting. I suppose there's no real reason, just inertia from C++.
And the Principle of Least Surprise implies that potentially incurring a
large cost with zero lines of code is a bad thing.
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