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Me class derives from class, which doesn't provide virtual destructor. I declared virtual destructor in my class. Would object destruction work the same as in class derive from class with virtual destruction?
When you add virtual destructor it works as other virtual methods. So if you use a pointer to a base class object, which refers to derived class object and call delete on this object you will get ~Derived() and then ~Base(). And that is a correct behavior. If you don't have a virtual destructor in Base class you will not be able to destruct an object of Derived class through the pointer to Base.