Why is this an issue?
Redundant declaration specifiers should be removed or corrected. Typically, they represent bugs. A specifier modifies the type or pointer to its
left. Only when it is at the far left does it apply to the right.
Noncompliant code example
const int const * v1a; // Noncompliant; both const specifiers apply to int
const int const * v1b; // Noncompliant
static static int v2; // Noncompliant
const int * v1a; // pointer to a const int. same meaning as before but less confusing
int const * const v1b; // const pointer to a const int
static int v2;