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#Actualcrovea

Posted 07 June 2012 - 12:12 PM

Thanks alot, this seems to be what i need!
On the subject of references, i don't really see a good reason to use them. (I prefer pointers, const pointers etc)
But from what i've been able to read, thats a personal preference and i'm fairly experienced in C so. (C# also, so references aren't mysterious to me)
Sometimes you NEED to use pointers, other times you CAN use references, so i'd rather make my code more uniform than gain a little safety and 'easy on the eyes notation'.
Unless im missing something about references?

#1crovea

Posted 07 June 2012 - 12:11 PM

Thanks alot, this seems to be what i need!
On the subject of references, i don't really see a good reason to use them. (I prefer pointers, const pointers etc)
But from what i've been able to read, thats a personal preference and i'm fairly experienced in C so. (C# also, so references aren't mysterious to me)
Sometimes you NEED to use pointers, other times you CAN use references, so instead of mixing and gaining a little safety, i'd rather make my code more uniform than gain a little safety and 'easy on the eyes notation'.
Unless im missing something about references?

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