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Initializer list, I think.

class Foo {
public:
Foo() : bar(10) {
}
void write() const {
std::cout << bar << std::endl;
}
private:
const int bar;
};
Works for me on VS2005.

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Quote:
Original post by Ravuya
Initializer list, I think.

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Works for me on VS2005.


Cool! Thank you! how would I do it if I had multiple variables. not an array but a multiple of variable.s

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to initialize more than one variable in this manner, seperate them by commas, like this:

Foo() : bar(10), bar2(11), bar3(12) {
}

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