This question already has an answer here:Move constructor of class accepts rvalue reference which can be reference to temporary object. So, i have temporary object and appropriate move constructor which can accept reference to temporary object, but move constructor does not called. What`s wrong?
I have this piece of C++ code:This does not compile because the construction of objects c1 and c2 seem to involve the class's move constructor:
So I was learning about constructor initializer list and I wrote the following code : I used g++ compiler for this. Its calling the constructor not copy constructor. It should call copy constructor right because I am creating an object to create another object? What's the issue here and what...
I see a lot of code at work where people use emplace and emplace_back with a temporary object, like this:
Consider the following program:Compiling with g++ -std=c++17 test.cpp gives the following output (same with clang++):