Non-Static Data Member Initializers -- 741MHz

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Non-Static Data Member Initializers

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...  This problem is addressed in C++11 by allowing non-static data members to be initialized along with a declaration. For example, the following syntax is allowed:

struct foo {
    double x = 1.23;
    int y = 1;
    int z = 2;
};

This also works well with multiple constructors. The class described above could now be simplified and made easier to maintain further down the road: ...

 

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