Top 10 similar words or synonyms for lvalue

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for lvalue

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?: The behaviour is undefined if an attempt is made to use the result of the conditional operator as an lvalue.
?: Unlike C, perl allows the use of the conditional expression as an Lvalue, e.g.
?: Furthermore, the conditional operator can yield an lvalue, i.e. a value to which another value can be assigned. Consider the following example:
C++11 Just like codice_233 for codice_234, there exists codice_235 to automatically create codice_236s using type deduction and codice_40 helps to declare such a tuple. codice_238 creates tuples of lvalue references to help unpack tuples. codice_239 also helps here. See the example:
Icon (programming language) The subscripting specification can be used as a lvalue within an expression. This can be used to insert strings into another string or delete parts of a string. For example,
Decltype The reason for the difference between the latter two invocations of codice_1 is that the parenthesized expression codice_28 is neither an "id-expression" nor a member access expression, and therefore does not denote a named object. Because the expression is an lvalue, its deduced type is "reference to the type of the expression", or codice_29.
Value (computer science) Some languages use the idea of l-values and r-values, deriving from the typical mode of evaluation on the left and right hand side of an assignment statement. An lvalue refers to an object that persists beyond a single expression. An rvalue is a temporary value that does not persist beyond the expression that uses it.
?: Unlike in C, the precedence of the codice_1 operator in C++ is the same as that of the assignment operator (codice_13 or codice_14), and it can return an lvalue. This means that expressions like codice_15 and codice_16 are both legal and are parsed differently, the former being equivalent to codice_17.
Icon (programming language) Like arrays in other languages, Icon allows items to be looked up by position, e.g., codice_16. As with strings, the indices are between the elements, and a slice of a list can be obtained by specifying the range, e.g., codice_17 produces the list codice_18. Unlike strings, a slice using a range cannot be a lvalue.
C syntax Assigning values to individual members of structures and unions is syntactically identical to assigning values to any other object. The only difference is that the "lvalue" of the assignment is the name of the member, as accessed by the syntax mentioned above.