From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-17 19:41:20
"Adam Badura" <abadura_at_[hidden]> writes:
> At first english is not my primary language and all my books on C++ are
> in polish so I have to translate. I'm afraid I'm not using correct words or
> terms but I will try to be as descripting as possible to be understood.
> I have a question on placement of subobjects in a class (or struct -
> what I know of standard this will be the same). In S. Lippman's "Inside the
> C++ Object Model" I found that standard only guaranties that subobjects are
> placed in specific sequence (not to get inside details) but there is no
> guarante that compiler doesn't place some additional objects (for his
> internal use) at the begining of object in between subobjects or at the end.
> (I looked also in Stroustrup's "The C++ Programming Language" and "The
> Design and Evolution of C++" but have found nothing - but I wasn't looking
> that hard).p
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