Will it end up being you all over again with all your memories or will it still be another person with some/most of your memories?
If this were to happen (I'm making this example based on Artemis Fowl final book series where he really dies but before his death, he already instructed his fairy friends how to clone him):
The original person leaves instructions to others on how to clone him/her before dying. Several months to years later, the person's clone is reborn (the clone has his same exact physical traits, voice and everything the OP had when alive) and inside the clone resides the OP's soul too.
Imagine if this were to happen. Are you... you all over again or still not exactly you?
Most Helpful Guy
It would have none of your memories. It would be a genetic copy, but actual data in the brain would have to be moved separately. Without that happening, you have a blank slate.
If it was a perfect copy, it COULD end up very much like you, to the point where no one could tell the difference. We've seen twins who were separated at birth, and even with wildly different lives, becomes remarkably close to being the very same kind of person.
But this is not a guarentee. Who knows WHAT it will become?1
Most Helpful Girl
No, or else the clone may happen to fall in love with my boyfriend XD1