Btw, I can't see why you can't initialize your own object from constructor. One of the definitions I found about this is: "A constructor is responsible for preparing the object for action, and in particular establishing initial values for all its data, i.e. its data members. Although it plays a special role, the constructor is just another member function, and in particular can be passed information via its argument list that can be used to initialise it" (here).
Igor S. Lopes - izut
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