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QuestionPassing a class (pointer) to library - Linux Pin
Salvatore Terress31-May-24 9:00
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QuestionHow C++ manage memory in event driven system ? Pin
Salvatore Terress30-May-24 4:44
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k505430-May-24 5:58
mvek505430-May-24 5:58 
This is probably best answered by the provider of the library. Is the library smart enough to know it's been initialized, so repeated initializations don't leak resources? Does the library need to initialized per thread, per object created, or on some other scheme? Is finalization needed? If so, is that per thread/object/other?

As Richard points out, without more detail, we'd just be guessing.
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Salvatore Terress30-May-24 7:09
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Salvatore Terress30-May-24 12:54
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QuestionUPDATE CLOSED error: declaration of anonymous class must be a definition Pin
Salvatore Terress25-May-24 5:49
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Salvatore Terress25-May-24 8:26
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Richard MacCutchan25-May-24 21:21
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Salvatore Terress28-May-24 3:52
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QuestionUPDATE REPOST BUMP How to construct / build / interpret regular expression ? Pin
Salvatore Terress24-May-24 6:31
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Richard MacCutchan25-May-24 4:28
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jschell27-May-24 12:18
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Salvatore Terress28-May-24 4:21
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QuestionOkay, real C++ question - who makes use of the auto keyword? Pin
charlieg19-May-24 1:29
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