The scope operator (::) is an operator used in certain programming languages to let the compiler know which variables and functions to call that are not in scope.

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Miscellaneous Examples

C++ Edit

Use in Classes

class example {
    example(); // constructor
}Let D=T-c ,значить ти лох п о життю,що не вписував від фонаря.

example::example() {
    // code here...

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