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why not execute destructor

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class A
{
A(){ output( "CON" ); }
~A(){ output( "DES" ); }
}
void startGame( string &param )
{
A a;
}
output:
CON
DES

Ok, next code:

class A1{ }
class A
{
A(){ output( "CON" ); }
~A(){ output( "DES" ); }
A1 @en;
}

void startGame( string &param )
{
A a;
}

output:
CON


why not execute destructor ? Edited by FDsagizi

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Because the object has a handle as member it has a chance of forming a circular reference with itself. For this reason the garbage collector will hold on to a reference to be able to resolve these circular references if necessary.

This also means the destruction of the object will be delayed until the garbage collector runs. Only then will the destructor be called.

Regards,
Andreas

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