After reading this article, you will learn the following: ways to extend the lifetime of a temporary object in C++, various tips and tricks; pitfalls of the lifetime extension that a C++ programmer may face.
Lifetime extension of temporary objects in C++: common recommendations and pitfalls
by Evgeny Neruchek
From the article:
You can extend the lifetime of a temporary array by referencing one of its elements. C++ has a special mechanism for this. But I would recommend you using it only in the disputes with your co-workers (and maybe in metaprogramming with the old C++ standards), since this mechanism is not so easy-to-use. However, using this mechanism does not result in dangling references, and the lifetime of the temporary array is extended to the lifetime of the reference to its element.
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