7 Expressions [expr]

7.3 Standard conversions [conv]

7.3.5 Temporary materialization conversion [conv.rval]

A prvalue of type T can be converted to an xvalue of type T.
This conversion initializes a temporary object ([class.temporary]) of type T from the prvalue by evaluating the prvalue with the temporary object as its result object, and produces an xvalue denoting the temporary object.
T shall be a complete type.
[Note 1: 
If T is a class type (or array thereof), it must have an accessible and non-deleted destructor; see [class.dtor].
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[Example 1: struct X { int n; }; int k = X().n; // OK, X() prvalue is converted to xvalue — end example]