I flagged this SO question for migration to Code Review. It's 100% C++ and, despite the fact that the OP initially left out a constructor definition that rendered the program buggy, that definition was later added in by me and program bugs were never the point of the question. The question was asking for advice on whether he could write his getter any better than he had.
I'm told the migration was rejected by Code Review mods with a rationale paraphrased by an SO mod as:
As written it doesn't appear to be about real code SomeClass, it appears to be pseudo code.
Well, it's certainly not pseudocode. Can you elaborate on the reasons for rejecting migration of this question? I'm not complaining: I'd just like to ensure that I do not waste any more of your time with migration requests that are destined to be refused for whatever extant reason of which I'm not yet aware.