|IType question [message #911924]
||Wed, 12 September 2012 15:43
| Raymond Mising name
Registered: July 2009
I have a method defined like below:|
void myMethod( const Object* const myobj);
In CDT, the type of the parameter was resolved as a CPPPointerType which contains a type of CPPQualiferType which contains a type of PDOMCPPClassType. This looked correct. However, the isConst of the CPPointerType was false. From my understanding, in this case the it should be true, isn't it? The isConst of the CPPQualiferType was true which was correct. I also tested if my method was defined like below:
void myMethod( const Object* myobj);
The type of the parameter was resolved as the same as above. So, basically, it did not tell if a pointer is a const pointer. Is this expected?
Also, I have method defined like below:
void myMethod2( const Object);
the type of the parameter was resolved as a PDOMCPPClassType. So that I can not tell if the parameter is a const or not. Is this expected?
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