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Invalid Conversion From Const Char To Char Dev C++

07.08.2020
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Is there a way to convert from const char * to char * without casting away the const? I was warned that it could be dangerous and cause crashes (which I would agree with, since when I ran my program with const_cast, it caused a segmentation fault). Alternatively, is there a way to convert from string to char * (not convert from string to const char *, as c_str() does)? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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>Is there a way to convert from const char *
>to char * without casting away the const?
Short answer: No.

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>I was warned that it could be dangerous and cause crashes
It's const for a reason. For example, when you point to a string literal, the pointer should be declared as 'const char *' because string literals are stored in read-only memory. Casting away the const won't change the read-only nature of the data itself, and trying to modify it will probably cause a crash.

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You should only cast away const if you're so sure that the chamber is empty, you'd be willing to point the gun at your face and pull the trigger without any hesitation. In all other cases, work around the const. Make a copy, for example: