Having return types of constructor means taking address of constructor(which is illegal)...can u explain me this....
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Please don't start a new thread if your question isn't answered immediately. That said, there's no point in explaining the intricacies of a C++ implementation when you're so new to C++. Just take it on faith that there's a good reason, and expect to learn that reason when the time …
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