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    Structures syntax

    Hi everyone!! Could someone explain me the structure below? I know about structures and their syntax but first time I see something like this. It's like accesing the members inside the structure.. This is a convinient way to access multiple member at once?

    By the way the nrf_qspi_cinstr_conf_t is typedef struct.

    Code:
    nrf_qspi_cinstr_conf_t cinstr_cfg = {
            .opcode    = QSPI_STD_CMD_RSTEN,
            .length    = NRF_QSPI_CINSTR_LEN_1B,
            .io2_level = true,
            .io3_level = true,
            .wipwait   = true,
            .wren      = true
        };

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    This is not a way to access the members, but to initialise them by name.
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