What I believe will happen here is that the DSCP will be left untouched, but no QOS will be applied to it. Therefore, the switch treats a packet marked with DSCP value 46 exactly the same as all other packets.
In most cases, people give QOS preference to packets such as DSCP 46 because they are more important (for example voice is more critical and not tolerent to jitter, as opposed to web traffic).
Getting back to your original question, with no QOS enabled, the DSCP value is ignored and passes out of the switch the same as it enters :-)
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