My destructor accidentally modifies some other object wtf !? I made sure to use const keyword to prevent modification and also dynamically allocated data using the new keyword.

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    You're probably going out of bounds somewhere in your constructor or destructor, no matter how const everything is, if you fuck up the memory allocation everything goes wrong.
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    If the pointer is const, congrats! You played yourself!
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    *laughs in Rust*
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    C++ is usually uncontested as the most difficult major language out there, discounting the joke ones like brainfuck and all of the codegolf languages.
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    @sqlkid To be fair, the worse the language the better the pay because nobody wants to be the guy to fix some 20 year old cobbled together business application
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