typename removeConst<T>::type is a type that is the non-const version of T. For normal classes, removeConst<T>::type is the same as T, but for T which is const, type is the non-const form. More...

`#include <classTraits.h>`

## Public Types | |

typedef isConstType< T >::type | type |

struct cxxtls::removeConst< T >

typename removeConst<T>::type is a type that is the non-const version of T. For normal classes, removeConst<T>::type is the same as T, but for T which is const, type is the non-const form.

The following templates, removeConst<T>, removeVolatile<T>, and removeCV<T> let you define a typedef based on some specified type BUT not having the const or volatile attributes. Use it like this:

template<class T> void function(T t) { typedef typename removeCV<T>::type PlainOldT; // use PlainOldT instead of T to eliminate annoying and unnecessary // template specializations of T which have const or volatile attributes. }

**See also:**- classTraits_documentation

Definition at line 275 of file classTraits.h.

typedef isConstType<T>::type type |

Definition at line 300 of file classTraits.h.

The documentation for this struct was generated from the following file:

- include/cxxtls/classTraits.h

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