C++ difference between . ::

Any hints where I can read about difference between . and :: in C++? I googled, read stack overflow and documentation, but didn’t get it quit well though, maybe there are some resources for completely noobs like me? Or maybe somebody can explain it on very simple level?

Hey. Had a quick google and found these.

In short:

  • ( . ) is called the Dot Operator.
  • ( :: ) is called the Scope Resolution Operator.

Hope it helps! :slight_smile:

There’s a lot of resources available. But, writing code yourself to use them from the perspective of 3rd party like UE and of actual use for your own code (where you write code that offers them for your own code) will do more for you. If you want to learn, you have to use it and just not read it. Over time you will get adjusted to using them.

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