Various - null problem (nordnorsk pønkrock 1980-83) - Kernel (linear algebra) - Wikipedia


If V and W are topological vector spaces (and W is finite-dimensional) then a linear operator L V  →  W is continuous if and only if the kernel of L is a closed subspace of V .

It is not possible to call the function with NULL. One of the purpose of having the reference, it will point to some object always as you have to initialize it when defining it. Do not think reference as a fancy pointer, think of it as an alias name for the object itself. Then this type of confusion will not arise.


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