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[log masuk] [...] Q: Given the pimpl idiom: How to separate implementation from declaration? Given the classical pimpl idiom: //header.hpp #include "Header.h" #include "Impl.h" class Base { public: class Impl : public Header { protected: Impl() {} }; Base() : impl() {}; Impl* impl() { return &impl; } private: Impl impl; } //implementation.hpp #include "Header.h" #include "Impl.h" class Impl : public Header { public: Impl() {} }; Now the implementation is split into a header and an implementation file. The question is: What is the best design to use when the header has a destructor and the implementation should not be allowed to call it? A solution would be: class Base { public: class Impl : public Header { protected: Impl() {} }; Base() : impl() {}; ~Impl() {}; //Deleting Base class objects may not be allowed. Impl* impl() { return &impl; } private: Impl impl; } A solution that I don't like: class Base { public: class Impl : public Header { public: Impl() {} }; Base() : impl() {} Impl* impl() { return &impl; } private: Impl impl; } A: class Base { Impl impl; Impl _impl; public: virtual void foo() { _impl.foo(); } }; Different responses to ionizing radiation for lipid peroxidation, DNA strand breaks, micronuclei, and cell survival in two human neuroblastoma cell lines









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