Lesson 8 - Constant values
C++ introduces the
const keyword, which is (as the name implies)
designed to create constant values. We'll talk about how we can use it in our
A constant value is a value that can't be changed. We define it only once, we assign a value to it directly at the declaration, but if we want to change the value somewhere else, the compiler won't allow it. We mark the variable as constant with the keyword
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In this article, we will look at another of the C++ keywords - const. Thanks to const, we can use constant values that cannot be changed in the program.
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