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Thiago Macieira thiago at
Thu Jun 28 17:50:42 BST 2012

On quinta-feira, 28 de junho de 2012 13.37.14, Tomaz Canabrava wrote:
> Thiago, on C++ 0 and (void*) 0 are the same thing? I know that on C
> they aren't, and I didn't found the information easily on the web.

No, they are not.

In C++, 0 can be cast to any pointer, but so can 0L and false. However, 
(void*)0 is a null of type void* and that cannot be cast to any pointer type 
except for void *.

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