October 30, 2008
Walter Bright Wrote:

> Janderson wrote:
> > - More restrictive casting
what's this? From my point of view C++ has more restrictive casting.

> - Warnings on implicit casts that lose bits
O_O
October 31, 2008
ore-sama wrote:
> Walter Bright Wrote:
> 
>> Janderson wrote:
>>> - More restrictive casting
> what's this? From my point of view C++ has more restrictive casting.

We'll C++ allows C casts for instance.  Also C++ you can static cast something that should be dynamic.  Also in D you can't easily cast an array to a pointer (although you can go array.ptr).  There are fewer implicit casts allowed (particularly for unsigned/signed).  See: http://www.digitalmars.com/d/2.0/type.html

I think there are a couple of others but I can't remember them at the moment.

> 
>> - Warnings on implicit casts that lose bits
> O_O
October 31, 2008
Janderson Wrote:

> I think there are a couple of others but I can't remember them at the moment.
I can remind: reinterpret_cast is explicit, type casts preserve constness, unsuccessful downcast to reference throws.
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