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basic question on const_cast

Textbooks usually say that const_cast can "add or remove" a const
modifier. However, all the example I've seen are examples of
"remove". I've never seen a const_cast used to make something const
that was originally non_const. Is this ever done?


Paul Epstein
Feb 1 '08 #1
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