[cfe-dev] [clang++][c++11] complier problems about "ranged-based for"
zhangxiongpang at gmail.com
Fri Mar 8 14:37:58 PST 2013
James Dennett wrote
> On Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 2:32 AM, ZhangXiongpang <
> > wrote:
>> James Dennett wrote
>>>> In case (1), where "begin" and "end" are looked up as class members,
>>>> C++ doesn't allow the syntax object.TypeName,
>> I know C++ doesn't allow the syntax "object.TypeName",
>> but the "object"(__begin) is a also a function object,
>> it is callable. so why not treat the object as a function?
> I'm sorry, I don't understand your question. Are you talking about
> the case of your test (3), which compiles successfully (as it should),
> or something else?
I mean in example 1 "begin" and "end" are also callable, just like the
"begin" and "end" in example 3. The difference between example 1 and example
(1) in example 3, there is a member who named "begin" in class X, so it will
look up "x.begin()" and "x.end()", standard says "begin-expr and end-expr
are __range.begin() and __range.end(), respectively".
(2) in example 1, no member named "begin" or "end" in class X, so it will
look up "begin(x)" from the associated namespace of x, standard syas
"begin-expr and end-expr are begin(__range) and end(__range), respectively".
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