difference between const/nonconst function that return a pointer
Im reading c++ primer+ six edition by stephen prata, im at page 366.
I want to ask what is the difference between these two functions that return a pointer if the definition is the same:
const double* f1(double x);
double* f2(double x);
The qualifier const means that you may not modify the data refrenced to by the pointer.
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ahh yes, i see... its just kinda confusing sometimes because he used pointers to point to pointerfunctions.
but thanks for help
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