Ali.S Ali.S - 6 months ago 41
C++ Question

Using ternary operator to initialize a reference variable?

Putting all the maintainability and reading issues aside, can these lines of code generate undefined behavior?

float a = 0, b = 0;
float& x = some_condition()? a : b;
x = 5;
cout << a << ", " << b;


No, it's just fine. It would not create undefined behavior in this code. You will just change value of a or b to 5, according to condition.