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Syntax for the destructor of a nameless class

Syntax for the destructor of a nameless class

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This is one of those mmm I wonder how you would do that questions. In C++, we can declare nameless classes like

CODE

class
{
public:
    void Create ()
    {
        ...
    }

    void Destroy ()
    {
       ...
    }
} noname; 
In a named class, if I want Destroy to be called when the object is deleted, I put it in the destructor (~name). What is the syntax for the destructor in a nameless class? The only thing I can think of is a delete operator.

CODE

void operator ~()   // doesn't get called

   operator ~()        // produces a syntax error

   ~()                 // produces a syntax error 

RE: Syntax for the destructor of a nameless class

Constructor or destructor declarations must have class names, that's why unnamed classes cannot have user-defined constructors or destructor.

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