Hi all, I know that maybe
I know that maybe it could be a silly question, but I'm a beginner and somewhere I need to start
in the file inletOutletFvPatchField.C there is this expressions:
const fvPatch& p,
const DimensionedField<type,>& iF
this->refValue() = pTraits<type>::zero;
this->refGrad() = pTraits<type>::zero;
this->valueFraction() = 0.0;
What is the meaning of the ":"? Is it only a way to say that the line goes on through next line?
Thanks in advance
Francesco, This confused me
This confused me too. Check here:
with operator overload I think you can also use it with an access specifier.
It's an initialization list fo
It's an initialization list for member data. For classes that don't provide a default null-constructor, this is the only way to go, since the object (in this case: mixedFvPatchField<type>(p, iF),etc ) needs some initial parameters for the constructor.
Other situations in which this happens:
When you have references as member data. Something like - label& myData_;
When the object is created, myData_ MUST have a reference to something, otherwise, it's invalid.
Hope this helps
Hi Evan and Sandeep, Thanks
Hi Evan and Sandeep,
Thanks for your help, now it is clear http://www.cfd-online.com/OpenFOAM_D...part/happy.gif
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