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C and C++ could have non_nullable pointers, easily

C and C++ could have non_nullable pointers, easily

Posted Aug 27, 2009 19:31 UTC (Thu) by hummassa (subscriber, #307)
In reply to: C and C++ could have non_nullable pointers, easily by hummassa
Parent article: Null pointers, one month later

Forgot to explain: dereferencing a nullable pointer should be a syntax error. Uh, and no static_cast between nullable and non-nullable pointers, either... no cheating :-D


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