I'm a little confused about inlining member functions. Does all code actually have to be on one line or does it simply mean writing the whole function inside the class rather than from outside using the :: syntax?
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I'm a little confused about inlining member functions.
It would help to understand how regular functions typically work. A single definition of the code is created, then calling code jumps into the definition to execute the function. Inlined functions have their bodies essentially pasted directly where the call …
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