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Q: Aggregate member initialization C++ 14 features

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C++11 added member initializers, expressions to be applied to members at class scope if a constructor did not initialize the member itself. The definition of aggregates was changed to explicitly exclude any class with member initializers; therefore, they are not allowed to use aggregate initialization.

C++14 relaxes this restriction, allowing aggregate initialization on such types. If the braced init list does not provide a value for that argument, the member initializer takes care of it.
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