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c++ static object and static member of class

Ali++paco# asked:

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#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
class A{
    static int x;
    static A y;
A::A() {
A A::y=*new A;
int A::x=5;
void main(){
    A a;
    A b;

hello guys
i camt understand this code .... what does it mean to do this (
A A::y=*new A;
int A::x=5;

) and what's the point of having a static object of the class in side it ....
even after watching the variables ... i couldnt understand this
any help please .. :'(
Tags: C++, C#


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