Eh, I assume it's just warning you not to try and change it's value in the function. I don't normally mind the warnings since they're descriptive and unobtrusive (usually). They help solve some common beginner problems as well. You can turn off specific of the warnings in preferences, but I don't know if there is a -w flag.
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Re: & warning on const
Well the underlying message is that it treated it as an AND. The code still works as (nothing) AND an assumed address - but may lead to other problems in other ways if that is not the intention.
I suspect it is an unintended compiler parser result. Just thought I'd give the team a heads up, either way.
edit: I see address of is indeed a unary operator - I never thought of it as such - but ok, never mind.
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