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Hello ,
I have a series of questions regarding c++ . please help me in clarifying .

1. how c++ allow deep lexical definitions without using the static link or display ?
2. do local block variables require activation records?
3. what is the life time of these variables?

Thank you very much
asha
Jul 22 '05 #1
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"asha" <as*********@yahoo.com> wrote...
I have a series of questions regarding c++ . please help me in clarifying .
1. how c++ allow deep lexical definitions without using the static link or display ?

That I am not sure I even understand.
2. do local block variables require activation records?
Not that I know of.
3. what is the life time of these variables?


Until the end of the block they are declared in.

Victor
Jul 22 '05 #2

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