The C++ storage-class specifiers tell the compiler the duration and visibility of the object or function they declare, as well as where an object should be stored.
The following are storage-class specifiers 1:
The mutable keyword may be considered a storage class specifier. However, it is only available in the member list of a class definition.
Starting with Visual C++ 2010, the auto keyword is no longer a C++ storage-class specifier. For more information, see auto Keyword.
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