Delete overload in C++

By , last updated November 3, 2021

C++11 introduced a way to disable (delete) methods from being used. It is mostly used to delete certain operators. The classic case is the implementation of std::unique_ptr. The copy constructor and assignment operator are deleted, so it is not possible to copy a unique pointer. This is a sample from Read More ...

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