----- Original Message ----- From: "Andrew Koenig" firstname.lastname@example.org
David> void f(int const&); David> f(false); // error!
For the sake of nitpicking correctness, I cannot help but point out that there is nothing wrong with the call of f(false) above unless you drop the "const" from f's parameter type.
Yeah, I realized that after posting it, and hoped nobody would notice.
void f(int const*); bool x = false; f(&x); // error!
thanks-for-nothing-ly y'rs, dave