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how do i create a main function that declares an array of 10 BankAccount objects ? am using c++

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no answer? everyone sleeping
I believe it would be: BankAccount foo[ 10 ];
"foo" is a computer term that represents a generic item other than that, I see nothing else that could be misinterpreted as disrespectful

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i took "c++" over the summer, but i usually just program things in javascript so I dont recall the syntax for this at the moment
okay
http://www.fredosaurus.com/notes-cpp/arrayptr/array-initialization.html this seems to be a readable resource for this tho

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