Message from C, C++ talks

June 2019

— '->' in that case

— Not a valid rvalue ;)

— But that explanation is useless for a beginner

— '->' shouldn't compile in the first place

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I know rvalue from opposite to lvalue.
lvalue it's what has an address in memory and not stored temporary.

— Rvalue = right value = asignee
lvalue = left value = assigned to

— '' implies that it's of a single character size

— Well it used it as a multi character constant

— Another gnu extension? 😑

— Not quite

— Mhh

— 🤔

— Never heard of multi character constants

— Because they're not portable and you probably shouldn't use them

— Yea