std::auto_ptr<T>::reset (3) - Linux Man Pages

std::auto_ptr<T>::reset: std::auto_ptr<T>::reset


std::auto_ptr<T>::reset - std::auto_ptr<T>::reset


void reset( T* p = 0 ) throw(); (deprecated in C++11)
                                 (removed in C++17)

Replaces the held pointer by p. If the currently held pointer is not null pointer, delete get() is called.


p - a pointer to an object to manage

Return value


See also

        releases ownership of the managed object
release (public member function)