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Note: Variant of http://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/890182/std-enable-if-does-not-work-if-used-in-template-parameter-list-of-a-constructor . Compiling this code results in a C…
Created on 6/10/2014 (updated 34 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 2 comments | feedback id: 892907  | 
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Since c++11, it is possible to std::enable_if in a function template argument list to conditionally remove this function from overload resolution. In particular, this allows for providing two differen…
Created on 6/6/2014 (updated 34 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 890182  | 
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The code below has a "typedef const A B". Therefore, the expression "B()" should be of type "B&&", which is the same "A const&&". But when "B()" is bound to a universal reference, the msvc compiler de…
Created on 8/16/2013 (updated 29 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 797566  | 
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In c++ code, a using-declaration is used to introduce a member function name from a base class into the public class scope of the derived class, so the member function is accessible as if it were a pu…
Created on 7/29/2013 (updated 43 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 1 workaround | 3 comments | feedback id: 795290  | 
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If a temporary X is bound to a reference member in a constructor's ctor-intializer, the destructor of X is never executed. Example: struct A; struct B { A const& a; B() : a(A()) {} // A::~A is n…
Created on 4/26/2013 (updated 96 weeks ago) | 0 validations | 0 workarounds | 3 comments | feedback id: 785647  | 
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