r179949 - VLAs in C++14!
swlin at post.harvard.edu
Sat Apr 20 06:48:52 PDT 2013
> No. The rules are quite restrictive.
> VLA types can only be used for automatic storage duration variables (no
> typedefs, no template arguments, no VLAIS, ...). Unlike in C, the array
> bound is *not* part of the type, but this is not observable, since the
> variable cannot be used in sizeof, decltype, can't be deduced as a template
> argument, etc.
That's a relief :)
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