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here is a code snippet in Dietels 5th edition that i'm reading for my OOP class. I don't understand what the : x( value ) means in the constructor. The comment says initialize x to value, but can someone explain that to me in more detail please. I know its not inheritance because i haven't got to the chapter yet. Can some one please help. Here is the code snippet.


class Test
8 {
9 public:
10 Test( int = 0 ); // default constructor
11 void print() const;
12 private:
13 int x;
14 }; // end class Test
15
16 // constructor
17 Test::Test( int value )
18 : x( value ) // initialize x to value
19 {
20 // empty body
21 } // end constructor Test
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