The Scope Resolution Operator in C++

Two colons (::) are used in C+ + as a scope resolution operator. This operator gives you more freedom in naming your variables by letting you distinguish between variables with the same name. For example, MyFile::Read refers to the Read method of the MyFile class of objects, as opposed to YourFile::Read, which refers to a Read method in the YourFile class.

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