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Questionmanaging objects derived from the same base class using a container Pin
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Yes. If objects belong to different classes, the only way to store them in a container is to use pointers, because the container allocates the same amount of memory for each entry. If you also want the container to delete an entry when you erase it, declare it as, for example, vector<unique_ptr<T>>.
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