In c++ i can write
const int const* for a constant pointer to an constant int. I can also write
const int& for a const reference. So is
const int const& a reference to a const int?
Thanks in advance!
So is const int const& a reference to a const int?
No, that's a compilation error.
Try compiling something like :
int z = 0; const int const& a= z;
And you'll see the compiler will yell at you.
You can't duplicate
const for the same type. Your premise that
const int const* is a constant pointer to a constant
int is wrong too.