Re: Smart Pointer problem
On Jun 26, 12:22 pm, Saurabh Gupta <subscription.gu...@gmail.com>
We have our smart pointer implementation. But the operator -> is
creating problem in case of a const pointer. It's always returning a
non-const pointer, therefore, we are able to call a non const function
on a const pointer. How can we overcome this problem?
Smart pointer code.
* Returns the raw pointer for use in calling member functions.
T *operator->() const
The solution is straightforward: declare two operator->()'s - one for
const smart pointer objects and the other for non-const smart pointer
const T* operator->() const
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