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explaination need for if such a qualifier appears at the outermost level of the parameter type, it is simply ignored:

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hi all,
Nontype template parameters are declared much like variables, but they
cannot have nontype specifiers like static, mutable, and so forth. They
can have const and volatile qualifiers, but if such a qualifier appears
at the outermost level of the parameter type, it is simply ignored:

template<int const length> class Buffer; // const is useless here
template<int length> class Buffer; // same as previous
declaration

can anyone give an exmaple of how to write a const/volatile useful
templates to illustrate the case contrasted to the "
but if such a qualifier appears at the outermost level of the
parameter type, it is simply ignored:"

baumann@pan

Jul 23 '05 #1
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