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std::map - calling destructors of elements

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Hi all
  
//I have a map like this:


map<string, MyClass*> TheMap;

//Then I add some elements like that:


TheMap["blabla1"] = new MyClass();
  
Now my questions is, how can I delete every MyClass? thx phyl0men0 [edited by - phyl0men0 on January 19, 2003 11:47:23 AM]

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Iterate through the map, retrieving each element and calling delete on it, then erasing the map. A more robust, RAII-type solution is to wrap each dynamic allocation in a smart/shared pointer such as boost::shared_ptr, so that you don''t have to worry about this sort of thing.

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