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10.1.4.1 C++ Unions

The %union directive works as for C, see The Union Declaration. In particular it produces a genuine union, which have a few specific features in C++.

Because objects have to be stored via pointers, memory is not reclaimed automatically: using the %destructor directive is the only means to avoid leaks. See section Freeing Discarded Symbols.