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    compile error


    With the following code:

    	auto it = std::find_if(rLTENodes.begin(), rLTENodes.end(), [&cm=strCentralSite](const const MultiTechNode * m)->bool {return cm == m->GetID();});
    Im getting the error;
    same type qualifier used more than once

    could you please help me with this please

    thanks a lot

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    Arjay is offline Moderator / EX MS MVP Power Poster
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    Re: compile error

    Would reformatting your code help you to spot the error?

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    Re: compile error

    const const??
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    Re: compile error

    Quote Originally Posted by 2kaud View Post
    const const??
    Yes kaud thanks a lot . I found out soon after posting, but forgot to update the thread. Sorry for posting such thing here, it has been quite busy, . Very sorry about it. And thanks a lot

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