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Do you have a main? If you use a static object instead of new, what libraries have been initialized by this time? What your object does in constructor that might require them? Using new is safer because you control where and when the object will be created and deleted.
But then you need to delete it explicitly and probably nobody in the system knows when to do so. You may use atexit for that, if it makes sense. Using a static object in method means that do do not really know when it will be created or deleted.
You could as well use a global static object in a namespace and avoid getInstance at all - it doesn't add much. If you do use threads, then you're in big trouble. I wouldn't attempt to do it in a real system, unless you intimately know your architecture and want it to be not portable These can be Googled easily, but here's a good link on weak memory model: One solution would be to use locking but require that users cache the pointer they get from getInctance and be prepared for getInstance to be heavy.
Another solution would be to let users handle thread safety themselves. Yet another solution would be to use a function with simple locking and substitute it with another function without locking and checking once the new has been called. This works, but full implementation is complicated.Despite our warnings about the horrors of pregnancy, childbirth, and babies, some of you are still destined to become parents, if you haven't done it benjaminpohle.comtulations!
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