const_cast error

Please let me know whats wrong with the below code snippets
errErrList::const_iterator l_iter;

errError* l_pErrObj = NULL;
errCError* l_pErrStruct = NULL;

l_pErrObj = const_cast< errError* > (l_iter);


error C2440: 'const_cast' : cannot convert from 'const errError' to 'errError *'
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pgnatyukCommented:
Probably you have errError (or const errError) in your container?
So something strange like l_pErrObj = &(*l_iter); (if you will remove all these const)
l_iter is an iterator. If you need the value, you use *l_iter. If your container is the vector, it is fully compatible with the standard arrays, so &(my_vector[0]) is the pointer to the first element.
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pgnatyukCommented:
May work:
const errError* l_pErrObj = &(*l_iter);
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