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Re: beginner question

Carter <ca*********@gm ail.comwrote:
This is another beginner question. I am having problems debugging some
code I am getting the error:

vertex.C: In member function Œvoid vertex::set_cha in_h(const
std::auto_ptr<b oost::shared_pt r<chain&)¹:
vertex.C:25: error: passing Œconst
std::auto_ptr<b oost::shared_pt r<chain¹ as Œthis¹ argument of
Œstd::auto_ptr< _Tp>::operator std::auto_ptr_r ef<_Tp1>() [w
ith _Tp1 = boost::shared_p tr<chain>, _Tp = boost::shared_p tr<chain>]¹
discards qualifiers
When you see "discards qualifiers", more often than not, it means that a
const object is begin asked to do something that only non-const objects
can do. I.E., the operation discards the const qualifier.
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