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Hi,
I'm a c++ newbie, in a BinarySearchTree data structure I found this definition:
void insert (const Comparable& x, BinaryNode *& t);
void insert (Comparable && x, BinaryNode *& t);
so, what does "&&" mean?
it means "const &"
Thanks
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