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Memory Leak? C++ unmanaged. Simple code.

Not familiar with unmanaged C++. Wondering if this following simple code is acceptable, or does it contain a memory leak. When does tstr get deallocated?
std::string FormatHelper::PadTo(std::string s, const size_t num, const char paddingChar)
{
  std::string tstr = s;
  if(num > tstr.size()) { tstr.insert(0, num - tstr.size(), paddingChar); }
  return tstr;
}

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mrwad99

8/22/2022 - Mon
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