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By Andrey_Karpov_2009
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Submitted: Jan 13 2014 / 02:14

My last blog post in 2013 was about the pointer in C++, and how most of its daily usages in C++ is now being replaced by classes replacing or managing the pointer. The last case, the RAII like objects called smart pointers is the topic of this post. I want to give an overview over the choices one can make when using smart pointers. As I studied last year boost, Qt and wxWidgets closer, I saw, that all of them have their own implementations of smart pointers. Also, C++11 brings its own set of two classes of smart pointers. So, with C++11, smart pointers have arrived in the standard, and everyone using C++11 automaticly has 2 different good options for managing memory allocated with new.
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