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std::shared_ptr<T>::~shared_ptr

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~shared_ptr();

If *this owns an object and it is the last shared_ptr owning it, the object is destroyed through the owned deleter.

After the destruction, the smart pointers that shared ownership with *this, if any, will report a use_count() that is one less than its previous value.

[edit] Notes

Unlike std::unique_ptr, the deleter of std::shared_ptr is invoked even if the managed pointer is null.

[edit] Example

[edit] See also

destroys a weak_ptr
(public member function of std::weak_ptr<T>) [edit]