I am studying for a C++ exam and the study guide says "Be able to initialize arrays using literal arrays." Ok then, so I think well yeah that is easy, a literal array is something like.....Wait, I have no idea what a literal array is! From what I can find (on the web) a "literal" is a constant and whose values are implied by their representations. I got that from this website: http://cpp.comsci.us/etymology/literals.html
This is still on clear to me, what is a literal? What is a literal array? What is the significance of a literal array? I would really like to be clear on this before I go in for my exam. Could someone please point me in the right direction.