We now consider additional C++ features. First, we discuss the
const_cast operator, which allows you to add or remove the
const qualification of a variable. Next, we discuss
namespaces, which can be used to ensure that every identifier in a program has a unique name and can help resolve naming conflicts caused by using libraries that have the same variable, function or class names. We then present several operator keywords that are useful for programmers who have keyboards that do not support certain characters used in operator symbols, such as
|. We continue our discussion with the
mutable storage-class specifier, which enables you to indicate that a data member should always be modifiable, even when it appears ...