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C++ keyword: struct

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[edit] Usage

(since C++11)
  • If a function or a variable exists in scope with the name identical to the name of a non-union class type, struct can be prepended to the name for disambiguation, resulting in an elaborated type specifier.

[edit] Example

struct Foo; // forward declaration of a struct
 
struct Bar  // definition of a struct
{
    Bar(int i) : i(i + i) {}
 
    int i;
};
 
enum struct Pub // scoped enum, since C++11
{
    b, d, p, q,
};
 
int main()
{
    Bar Bar(1);
    struct Bar Bar2(2); // elaborated type
}