I'd be interested to hear about the cases where you can't use a destructor, or where the compiler won't call a struct's destructor, if you care to provide a bit more detail.
I just watched the video, and it seems they're talking about having a car just hit the gas and brakes for you to simulate YOU driving in stop-and-go traffic. But, uh, isn't the point to do it better than a human?
Wouldn't the software be able to calculate the average rate of speed and just putter ahead at a constant rate instead of accelerating and braking like people do in rush hour traffic?
I can't tell if the video example is bad, or if they're actually suggesting making software that drives your car as poorly as you do.
I couldn't get past "They are all to happy". YOU. HAPPY! Now! DO IIIIIITTTTT! Everybody!
Also too difficult for you.
Correct: La angla estas tro malfacila. Parolu Esperanton!