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What is the difference between (string &StrArray[5]) and (string (&StrArray)[5])?

I want to know what is the difference of these inside a function's parameters. I know that the first one declares an array of references to string and the second declares a reference to an string array. I already know the used of the second one, but what is the use of the first one. How can I use it and what should I pass to a function with this parameter. Any explains would be appreciated. Thanks.

3/27/2020 8:42:54 PM

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You can't define array of references. It is prohibited. According to C++ standard there shall be no arrays of references.