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From: Amit Bhatia (yg-boost-users_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-10 13:28:15
I have been trying to understand the smart pointer library. One thing that
I did not understand was in the documentationin quite beginning:
"T may be an incomplete type at the point of smart pointer declaration.
Unless otherwise specified, it is required that T be a complete type at
points of smart pointer instantiation."
So what exactly does this incomplete/complete type mean? Does this have
anything to do with the class pointed to being abstract /concrete ?
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