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QuestionWhy can't variables be declared in a switch statement Pin
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I've always wondered this -why can't you declare variables after a case label in a switch statement? In C++ you can declare variables pretty much anywhere (and declaring them close to first use is obviously a good thing) but the following still won't work
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Questionwhy passing argument by reference(&ref) in a template function shows error ? but works fine if arguments passed by pointer(*ptr) ? Pin
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