† Some people find it helpful to read pointer declarations right to left, e.g., to read
const char * const p “p is a constant pointer to constant chars.”
† Probably. C++ implementations are permitted to change the value of a deleted pointer (e.g., to null or some other special bit pattern), but I am unaware of any that do.
1 For information on the unexpected function, consult your favorite search engine or comprehensive C++ text. (You'll probably have better luck searching for set_unexpected, the function that specifies the unexpected function.)
1 As I write this in early 2005, the document has not been finalized, and its URL is subject to change. I therefore suggest you consult the Effective ...