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Tension between the dependency inversion principle and avoiding “new” in C++?
I have seen a lot of advice that it is better to do Type object; than Type* object = new Type(); in C++ whenever possible—i.e., minimize your use of new. I understand the rational behind this and ...
Nov 27 '12 at 20:43
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