deleted^not-generated in c++11

[[effModernC++]] says that cp-ctor will not be generated in some cases, but in those cases is it necessary to put q(=delete) on cp-ctor?

A: I think q(=delete) has no effect on the binary. There’s simply no such ctor in the binary, with or without the q(=delete). The class has the cp-ctor deleted implicitly or explicitly.

A: q(=delete) is more explicit and improves readability. I think this is like adding q(virtual) to a derived class dtor when base dtor is already virtual

A: Without q(=delete), a new developer can add a cp-ctor.

See about no-arg ctor

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