- It is the same as the class member access operator, or arrow operator (->), which allows you to access a member of an object through a pointer to the object.
- It is the pointer to member operator, and it allows you to access a member of an object through a pointer to that specific class member.
- It is the member access with address of operator, which returns the address of a class or struct member.
- It is a combination of the member access operator (.) and the dereference operator (*), so it allows you to access the object that a member pointer points to.
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