using namespace std;
char & b = '\n';
cout << "hello" << b << "world" << b;
I've read in some text book that "char & b = '\n'" creates char object with name b and value \n (There is only one reference b and no variable in the program). But here it is showing error.
error: invalid initialization of non-const reference of type 'char&' from an rvalue of type 'char'.
What should I include to make it work?
Why doesn't my code work? It's about reference variable.
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· October 4, 2015
When you put this & it means that you can "control" another variable.
I'll explain,lets say you write:
Now if you'll change b,a will also change,if you'll write b='c' and then you'll write cout<<b it will display c.
Hope this helps
· October 2, 2015
Get rid of the '&' and instead make it
hope this helps!
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