Is it possible for dynamically allocated objects to be automatically deleted when you exit out of scope?
Technically, it is possible, but you will have to use tricks. You have to create a class that will encapsulate the dynamic object. In constructor you allocate memory for it, and in destructor you free it. If this object is non-trivial class and you want to be able to use the methods of this class via the class member's selector, you can overload the operator “->” and make sure that it returns an encapsulated pointer.
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Just have a question. Do you also provide help in understanding a concept? Not an assignment but for my learning. If certain concepts in the book are not clear, can you provide a simplified explanation of it using math that's understandable? You can charge the equivalent of an assignment.
Some things in the chapter attachments I sent you are not clear. They do not have much solved examples either.
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