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Terms and Conditions
Which of the following statements are true with respect to references and pointers?
References do not differ from the pointers. It's just a more convenient way of marking pointers.
Unlike pointers, references can not be changed and must be initialized at its declaration or in the constructor initialization list.
Unlike pointers, you can not modify the value of the field referenced by the reference
References can not be used in the list of function arguments.
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