I am in a situation where I need to create a new instance of a vector at every iteration of a loop. I don't want to declare it outside the loop and "clear" it every time because I think that reduces usability of the code. So I've done something like this:
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My assumption is that myvec will never contain more than 1 number, is that right? Every time std::vector<type> myvec; runs the vector will be essentially reset to 0 size, right? If so, how do you know this?