C++ <list> - ~list() Function
The C++ list::~list function is used to destroy the list. The destructors of the elements are called and the used storage is deallocated.
C++98: The list is destroyed and the storage capacity of list is deallocated using its allocator.
Note:: If the elements of the list are pointers, the pointed-to objects are not destroyed.
No parameter is required.
Linear i.e, Θ(n).
Never throws exceptions.
❮ C++ <list> Library