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Language: C++
Expertise: Intermediate
Jul 2, 2001

Initializing a Static Array Member of a Class


You can initialize static arrays member of a class. The initialization must appear at the place of definition, not inside the class body. For example:
 
class A
{
private:
 static char vars[2]; // declaration, can't initialize here
//..
};
char A::vars[2] = {'a', 'b'}; // definition + initialization
Danny Kalev
 
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