Hi, I am working on c++ lesson in this link:
I am lost in the following paragraph:
Similarly, when a function has two default arguments, you still need to call with both arguments — if BOTH of the following are true:
- The first argument IS the default value.
- The second argument is NOT the default value.
From my understanding, if you used the word :" the first" and " the second" this implies that you have two arguments which mean that you call with both arguments. So the logic here is hard to understand word-wise.