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std::function<R(Args...)>::~function

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~function();
(since C++11)

Destroys the std::function instance. If the std::function is not empty, its target is destroyed also.

[edit] See also

destroys a std::move_only_function object
(public member function of std::move_only_function<R(Args...) cv ref noexcept(noex)>) [edit]