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code 1:

```
void fun(const int **);
int main()
{
int **p;
fun(p);
}
```

code 2:

```
void fun(const int **);
int main()
{
const int **p;
fun(p);
}
```

code 1 is compile error and 2 is not. can you explain why ? as per my knowledge, we can convert a non-const to const but we cant change const to non-const. and even to prove this, when i repace the above with "pointer to int" and everything remain same, then it works. then what is hidden in double pointer conversion fron int ** to const int **. thanks in advance.