FAQ: With inline member functions that are defined outside the class, is it best to put the inline keyword next to the declaration within the class body, next to the definition outside the class body, or both? ←(in the new Super-FAQ)
It's in Section: Inline functions:
- FAQ: What's the deal with inline functions?
- FAQ: What's a simple example of procedural integration?
- FAQ: Do inline functions improve performance?
- FAQ: How can inline functions help with the tradeoff of safety vs. speed?
- FAQ: Why should I use inline functions instead of plain old #define macros?
- FAQ: How do you tell the compiler to make a non-member function inline?
- FAQ: How do you tell the compiler to make a member function inline?
- FAQ: Is there another way to tell the compiler to make a member function inline?
- FAQ: What's a good way to define inline member functions outside the class body? (this FAQ)