The "&" operator
I have a small doubt on the working of the "&" operator.
In C language, there is no "reference(&) operator", but in C++ we have. I just wanted to know how has been the & operator been defined.
My guess has been that , since C++ came after C , i guess it should be using a pointer technique internally.
Please share your ideas
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