James E. Grover

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It is a well known fact that passing objects <i>into</i> functions by reference (in C++) is more efficient than passing by value. Passing objects, created within functions, <i>out of</i> functions by reference could also be more efficient if it wasn't sure to cause memory-leak in the system. Programmers therefore resort to "pass-by-reference,(More)
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