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Greg Utas13-Dec-20 13:17
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memcpy?! You'll be going to bed hungry tonight! But that's basically what
C++
Struct(const Struct& that) = default;
does, though it's more paternalistic. If Struct owns no resources and its constructor has no side effects, go for it and revel in your naughtiness.

One thing to note is that a C++ copy constructor only invokes a base class constructor, not copy constructor, unless explicitly implemented to do otherwise.

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