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Reference counted smart pointer

, 4 Dec 2012 CPOL
This article presents a solution to manage pointers in C++ in a similar way as COM.
#include "stdafx.h"
#include "Address.h"

using namespace CoreImpl;

CAddress::CAddress(void) : 

CAddress::CAddress(std::string street, std::string zipCode, std::string city) : 
	this->city = city;
	this->street = street;
	this->zipCode = zipCode;

CAddress::CAddress(const CAddress& other) : 
	this->city =;
	this->street = other.street;
	this->zipCode = other.zipCode;

std::string CAddress::GetStreet()
	return street;

void CAddress::SetStreet(const std::string value)
	street = value;

std::string CAddress::GetZipCode()
	return zipCode;

void CAddress::SetZipCode(const std::string value)
	zipCode = value;

std::string CAddress::GetCity()
	return city;

void CAddress::SetCity(const std::string value)
	city = value;

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