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June 18, 2010, 10:47

"If you made the constructor of A explicit, that would no longer be possible. It's always a good idea to make your constructors explicit to avoid accidental conversions."

Hm. I understood everything else clearly, but this has me stumped. Isn't "55" (without quotes, obviously) an int, which gets passed to a constructor expecting an int?

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