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In a declaration, the unary suffix & means “reference to.” A reference is similar to a pointer, except that you don’t need to use a prefix * to access the value referred to by the reference. Also, a reference cannot be made to refer to a different object after its initialization.


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Nice reference explanation (comparison with pointer).