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    Assignment Operator - What is the diffrence between a "assignment operator" and a "copy constructor"?



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    In assignment operator, you are assigning a value to an existing object. But in copy constructor, you are creating a new object and then assigning a value to that object. For example:

    complex c1,c2;
    c1=c2; //this is assignment
    complex c3=c2; //copy constructor



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