C++ class object creation with explicit constructor call [duplicate]

Issue

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I know that creating an object will cause constructor to call. But when I create an object Class Obj(); neither constructor nor destructor is called.
For example, I have a class named Test:

Test t;    // This will cause the default constructor to call
Test t(abc); // This will cause the parametrized constructor to call
Test(); // // This will cause the default constructor to call, an un-named object will be created and destroyed immediately.
**Test t(); // What happens in this case? Neither constructor nor destructor is called. It seems like no object is created.**



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