|Posted by guslay||PermalinkReply|
Janice Caron Wrote:
> On 02/04/2008, guslay <email@example.com> wrote:
> > What's logical const anyway?
> By my definition, a C++ class is logically const, if and only if at least one of its member variables is declared using the keyword "mutable".
> If other people use the phrase to mean something different, that probably explains much of the confusion.
Ok, let's take your definition.
I would like to hear your reflexion about the rest of the post, that is how D "totally-not-logical-const" is conceptually not different than "logical const".