static variables inside a C++ method

static variables inside a C++ method

As a C programmer, I'd like to ask a question related to C++.

As a C programmer, I'd like to ask a question related to C++.

Suppose doSomething(), which has a static local variable, is a public method of a class in C++. And suppose we have created two instances of this class.

Now, is there only one copy of this static variable in memory, shared between the two instances? I guess this should be the case.

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