I'm familiar with the notion in c++ of the rule of 3, however since the release of C++11 I've seen some sources suggesting it should be extended to a "rule of 5", I.e. the move constructor and move ...
I just came across the article "Rule of Three" in wikipedia Rule of three is a code refactoring rule of thumb to decide when a replicated piece of code should be replaced by a new procedure. It ...
I am trying to create a pure virtual base class (or simulated pure virtual) my goal: User can't create instances of BaseClass. Derived classes have to implement default constructor, copy ...
The rule of 3 (the rule of 5 in the new c++ standard) states : If you need to explicitly declare either the destructor, copy constructor or copy assignment operator yourself, you probably need to ...