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When using static_cast between types of polymorphic lists, do I need to explicitly make sure the types are not const?

The standard says:

A static_cast can only convert to another polymorphic list (or array) if it can be guaranteed that the original polymorphic list (or array) was not const. Otherwise, the behavior is undefined.

To illustrate this, consider the following code:
struct A {
static int foo();

struct B : public A {
static int foo();

struct C {
static int foo();

struct D : public B, public C {
static int foo();

int A::foo() { return 0; }

int B::foo() { return 1; }

int C::foo() { return 2; }

int D::foo() { return 3; }

Now I can do this with static_cast, like so:

In the second case I do:

static_cast from A* to D*
static_cast from B* to D* because that is what static_cast(A*) refers to
static_cast from const D* to D*

Therefore when I do the second case I must explicitly make sure that the original const B* is not the same as D*, and when I do the third case I must ensure that the original const D* is not the same as const D*.
My question is, is this always necessary? Why?


This is an example of why static_cast(A::foo()) is undefined behavior. You’re casting a const pointer to B, so you can’t change the pointer, but you’re casting a pointer to a base of D, which means you can change its base class. It’s undefined behavior.
With static_cast(A::foo()) the static cast succeeds, the pointer is changed to point to a base of D, and you can, in theory

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