Is there ever a situation where the programmer needs to be concerned about the copying of a vtable pointer or can I happily assume that the C++ language will handle that detail correctly without my intervention?
I have never found a need to copy the vtable in any of my c++ programs. I normally use Microsoft compilers and have never encountered a vtable problem with them. If you use a compiler that has such a problem then get yourself a different compiler.
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