Hi, never bothered much with memory management in C++ except when it was already in the code. I simply write my variables array etc without worrying about all that deallocating allocating stuff. I'm having a little bit of an issue understanding when it is necessary and when it is not. Now supposedly smart pointers are supposed to a handy blanket solution to C++ memory issues so that you don't have worry about anything else besides them right? Can somebody point me to some easy to understand samples of smart pointers specifically aimed toward someone who's trying to understand when they're necessary?
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