From: Dima Sorkin (dsorkin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-12-29 02:57:33
Quoting "Harris, Chris GOSS EXT" :
> Maybe matrix should behave like std::vector and always default
> initialize its values.
I don't understand the difference...
I always thought that in C++ "uninitialized" and
"default constructed" is the same, as ( at high level )
for each "unitialized" object default constructor is called anyway,
and then the call is simply optimized out if possible.