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Saturday, January 21st 2012, 11:43am

Noob question;

What is the difference between

MyThread::MyThread(QObject *parent) :
c(0) //this is defined in the mythread.h as int c;
{
}

and

MyThread::MyThread(QObject *parent) :
{
c=0;
}

both seems to work fine

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Saturday, January 21st 2012, 1:04pm

the difference is that if you have a reference member variable, you MUST initialise it like in the first example. the latter will be compiler error.

If you have members that do not have default ctor, then the second example will also fail.

The difference is that the second one constructs c, then assigns it, whereas the first only constructs it.
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