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C++ reference to array

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I''m trying to have a function accept a reference to an array like so; void func(const float &array[3]); The problem is the error this generates; "arrays of references illegal" but I want to use references of arrays instead. I just want to pass an array of floats (or whatever) as "quicly" as possible; I''m not sure if this is the right way to so (maybe when passing arrays to functions they don''t get copied?) so does anyone have any hints for me?

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