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constaint pointer to non const member
how to do this? int MyClass::*whatever; I want whatever to be const, but the int non-const.

this is not standard compliant right?
thanks, thought so. can see why they allow it though as type is exact match - but don't think they ...

this is not standard compliant right?
vc14 allows this, and it works fine in debug and release: [code] #include <string> #include <iostrea...

std::bind question...
On msvc2013 I can do this: [code] class c { void member_function(int x) { std::cout << x; } void t...

WTF is going on here on a lower level?
""more like "store it in read-only memory near other literals" Also if function is inlined here, no...

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