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Initialization of a reference versus initialization of an object

The line

der x =

constructs an object of type der and initializes it with dynamic_cast<der&>(b)

The line

der& y =

just initializes a reference.


calls method() on the separately constructed object.


calls method() on the object y references, which is d.

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