— Why not
Why in c++ when i have a char in a class for example in constructor i should initialize the char because is autogeneraed?
— You shall initizialize variables before you use them otherwise the value might be indeterminate
— Yeah but no errors everything works when the constructor without parameters is called
— In case of doubt whenever you intitialized everything before use, valgrind is your friend
— Can you provide an example?
— You will not run into problems with 25 lines of codes, but if you have 25k line of code, uninitialized memory you expect to be initialized will hurt you back
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— I have 10 classes each in separate file
— Is it necessary to use pragma once?
— Any proofs?
— Learn some manners, dudehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burden_of_proof_(philosophy)