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Destructors


Destructors start with the keyword "destructor" in Object-Pascal and can have an arbitrary name. In C++ is the name of the of the class also the name of the destructor preceeded by the the character '~'.

destructor classname.foo;
->

__fastcall classname::~classname ( )

Destructor of the base class


Delphi2Cpp tempts to find calls of destructors of the base class and to comment them out in C++. Thereby is assumed that the destructor of the base class is virtual. This has to be checked by the user.



destructor foo.Destroy();
begin                                                         
  FreeAndNil(m_Messages);                               
  inherited Destroy;                
end;                                                            
->

__fastcall foo::~foo ( )             
{                                    
  FreeAndNil ( m_Messages );         
  // todo check:  inherited::Destroy;
}                                    


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