With the implementation that I have in mind, the characters belong to a dynamically allocated array. There is a pointer member in the String object that points to the first character of this dynamically allocated array.Quote:
Originally Posted by Eman
When you access s, it accesses s.data, returning it by reference. Therefore, the address of s is the address of s.data. Hence, if &s is equal to &s, then &s is equal to &s.data.