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    Choosing to use a pointer in C++ usually means...

    Choosing to use a pointer in C++ usually means that you need something a reference doesn't support. References can't be NULL, and references can't be reassigned. This makes references a poor choice...
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    It most certainly depends on the implementation....

    It most certainly depends on the implementation.

    Section 8.3.2 paragraph 4 of the most recent draft C++ language standard:


    This was true in earlier C++ standards and it is that way now.
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    You're wrong.

    You're wrong.
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    https://www.google.com/search?q=practical+knowledg...

    https://www.google.com/search?q=practical+knowledge
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    You could look at the stack frame: #0...

    You could look at the stack frame:


    #0 00000000 foo(aa=@0x28fefc: 1, bb=@0x28fef8: 1) (C:\Users\Josh2\Documents\bar\bar2.cpp:7)
    #1 004013B0 main() (C:\Users\Josh2\Documents\bar\bar2.cpp:18)
    ...
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