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lect12 Pass by Reference

lect12 Pass by Reference - Today's Challenge Five hundred...

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Today’s Challenge Five hundred begins it, five hundred ends it Five in the middle is seen, First of all figures, first of all letters, Take up the stations between. Join all together, and then you will bring, Before you the name of an eminent king.
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Today’s Challenge The Romans Wrote : Five hundred begins it, five hundred ends it Five in the middle is seen, First of all figures, first of all letters, Take up the stations between. Join all together, and then you will bring, Before you the name of an eminent king.
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Exam 2 Exam 2 Lecture Portion Grade Posted on blackboard
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Pass by Reference Pass by Reference Means Passing a Location of a Variable into a Function Modifying Variable in Function Will Modify Value in Original Variable In C++, Function Asks for Pass by Reference by using the Ampersand (&) before Parameter Name E.g. int func(int &num)
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Function Pass by Reference #include <iostream> using namespace std; void func(int &num); main() { int originalNum = 10; func(originalNum); cout << originalNum; } void func(int &num) { num = 0; }
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