prevent heap instantiation4my class #part2

[[C++FAQ]] and [[More Eff C++]] both cover related topics.

I feel it’s very useful to have classes that can only be instantiated on stack, because stack-variables are automatically reclaimed.

With these classes, no double-delete, no dangling pointer, and most importantly, no memory leak. Remember memory leak is the most hidden — hardest to identify.

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