I tried to pass str.begin() iterator for calling a function with (string::Iterator& it) argument.
When I tried func(str.begin()), it didn’t work.
On the other hand, when I tried pre-declaration for the iterator, it worked pretty well.
It goes like
string::iterator it = str.begin();
In my opinion, I see no difference between those ways. Can anybody tell me why the first one didn’t work?
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