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functions in a struct ?

Posted on 2003-10-27
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Hi C++ Expert,

   Is that the same to define a function inside and outside a struct definition ? i.e.
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 struct A{
   int f1(){ return 0;}
   int f2() ;
 };
 int A::f2(){return 0;}
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what's the difference between f1() and f2() ?? Thanks ........
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fi is defined as inline function, f2 not.
Have a look on
http://users.utu.fi/~sisasa/oasis/cppfaq/inline-functions.html#[9.6]
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