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Language: C++
Expertise: Advanced
Mar 26, 2001

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An Essential Use For Explicit Typecasting


If one is not careful with implicit typecasting, one can get very weird results that are not easy to detect.

Look at the code below:
 
int number;
.. //some computation and code
int result = number / sizeof(int);
char * p = new char[result];  //using result

For simplicity sake let
Mohit Kalra
 
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