A. Its value is defined as null
B. Its value is defined as void
C. Its value is defined as 0
D. Its value is undefined
The question was asked by my college director while I was bunking the class.
Asked question is from Delete Operator topic in chapter Memory Allocation & Scope of Variable of Object Oriented Programming
The explanation is: After performing delete operation on an object whole l-value is modifiable, its values becomes undefined. This is done so as to denote that the memory space is available to be used for other purposes.