Improving Stability with Modern C++, Part 4 — Memory Management

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Improving Stability with Modern C++, Part 4 — Memory Management

by Ralph Kootker

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When we started learning C++, we were all taught that every new needs a corresponding delete. But sometimes we'd forget, or some code might throw an exception we weren't ready for, and then we'd leak memory. [...] With rare exceptions, C++ programmers should not have to write new or delete ever again.

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