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Initialization/Finalization


There isn't any direct counterpart for the sections "initialization" and "finalization" of a Unit in C++. These sections are therefore translated as two functions which contain the respective instructions. In addition, a global variable of a class is defined. In the constructor of this class the initialization routine is called and in destructor the routine for the finalization is called.



initialization

pTest := CTest.Create;

finalization

pTest.Free();

->

void Tests_initialization()
{
  pTest = new CTest;
}

void Tests_finalization()
{
  delete pTest;
}

class Tests_unit
{
public:
  Tests_unit(){ Tests_initialization(); }
  ~Tests_unit(){ Tests_finalization(); }
};
Tests_unit _Tests_unit;


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