Defined Terms

address Number by which a byte in memory can be found.

alias declaration Defines a synonym for another type: using name = type declares name as a synonym for the type type.

arithmetic types Built-in types representing boolean values, characters, integers, and floating-point numbers.

array Data structure that holds a collection of unnamed objects that are accessed by an index. Section 3.5 covers arrays in detail.

auto Type specifier that deduces the type of a variable from its initializer.

base type type specifier, possibly qualified by const, that precedes the declarators in a declaration. The base type provides the common type on which the declarators in a declaration can build.

bind Associating a name with a given entity so that ...

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