Indexing Operators


Operators that return references based on an index

The indexing operators return references to some memory based on the value of their second, or right-hand side, operand. This operand is used as an index, or offset, from the beginning of some memory represented by the first, or left-hand side, operand.

Operator () (Array index)
Returns a reference to an element in an array.
Operator [] (String index)
Returns a reference to a character in a string.
Operator [] (Pointer index)
Returns a reference to memory offset from a base address.
 

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