C++ International Standard (ISO IEC 14882:2011) by ISO IEC JTC 1 SC 22 WG 21

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And and_eq bitand or or_eq xor of ] %> :: / > << || bitor xor_eq # %: . * ˆ -= >>= -not ( ; ) : & *= <<= , not_eq | /= == ->* ... 2). icon] integer-literal: decimal-literal integer-suffixopt octal-literal integer-suffixopt hexadecimal-literal integer-suffixopt decimal-literal: nonzero-digit decimal-literal digit octal-literal: 0 octal-literal octal-digit 21) The term “literal” generally designates, in this International Standard, those tokens that are called “constants” in ISO C.

The raw string literal is defined as the shortest sequence of characters that matches the raw-string pattern encoding-prefixopt R raw-string — Otherwise, if the next three characters are <:: and the subsequent character is neither : nor >, the < is treated as a preprocessor token by itself and not as the first character of the alternative token <:. — Otherwise, the next preprocessing token is the longest sequence of characters that could constitute a preprocessing token, even if that would cause further lexical analysis to fail.

The first exception is that a concatenation is not permitted to end with “dependency-ordered before” followed by “sequenced before”. The reason for this limitation is that a consume operation participating in a “dependency-ordered before” relationship provides ordering only with respect to operations to which this consume operation actually carries a dependency. The reason that this limitation applies only to the end of such a concatenation is that any subsequent release operation will provide the required ordering for a prior consume operation.

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