You said that passing through referance leaves the called function with only a copy of the value stored at the addressed referred.klatch said:In C++, references are implicit pointers. Basically, when passing a reference, the receiving function has only a copy of the value in the address passed. The value in the original function cannot be manipulated by anything but its originating function. So it's like a "safer" but less versatile pointer. If you want a detailed read on when to use which, try this.
In C, there are only pointers.
In Java, there are only references.
Is it not the same same as passing the value?
void myfunc(int &I)
I = I +1;
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