The issue with the Copy constructor

Result
Reference of pointers from c1 and c2 and pointing to the same memory address, the first block of the array we created when c1 is created.

Deep Copy

Whenever we use a copy constructor, we need to be careful that if there are any dynamic memory allocation in Heap in C++. If that is the case, we need to write our own copy constructor as the default copy constructor in C++ will only perform a shallow copy.

The reference value of the backpack is now the difference.

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