April 13, 2017

Initialization of variables in C++ can have several forms: default initialization: std::string s; value initialization: std::string s{}; direct initialization: std::string s(“demo”); copy initialization: std::string s = “demo”; list initialization: std::string s{‘d’, ‘e’, ‘m’, ‘o’}; aggregate initialization: char s[5] = {‘d’, ‘e’, ‘m’, ‘o’}; reference initialization: char& c = s[0]; C++11 introduced a generalized syntax for…

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