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[Moved to DR at the May, 2015 meeting.]
It used to be clear that an implicitly-declared default constructor is not explicit. That has been inadvertently lost due to other changes, so this specification should be added to 11.4.5 [class.ctor] in parallel with the similar statement in 126.96.36.199 [class.copy.ctor] paragraph 3.
Proposed resolution (November, 2014):
Change 11.4.5 [class.ctor] paragraph 4 as follows:
A default constructor for a class X is a constructor of class X that can be called without an argument. If there is no user-declared constructor for class X, a constructor having no parameters is implicitly declared as defaulted (9.5 [dcl.fct.def]). An implicitly-declared default constructor...
Change 188.8.131.52 [class.conv.ctor] paragraph 3 as follows:
A non-explicit copy/move constructor (184.108.40.206 [class.copy.ctor]) is a converting constructor. An implicitly-declared copy/move constructor is not an explicit constructor; it may be called for implicit type conversions.
Change 220.127.116.11 [class.copy.ctor] paragraph 7 as follows:
If the class definition does not explicitly declare a copy constructor, one is declared implicitly. If the class...
Change 18.104.22.168 [class.copy.ctor] paragraph 9 as follows:
If the definition of a class X does not explicitly declare a move constructor, one will be implicitly declared as defaulted if and only if...