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Section: 32.2.4 [thread.req.timing] Status: C++20 Submitter: Jonathan Mcdougall Opened: 2017-03-07 Last modified: 2021-02-25
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In 32.2.4 [thread.req.timing], both /3 and /4 talk about "member functions whose names end in _for" and "_until", but these clauses also apply to this_thread::sleep_for() and this_thread::sleep_until(), which are namespace-level functions (30.3.2).
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This wording is relative to N4640.
Modify 32.2.4 [thread.req.timing] as indicated::
memberfunctions whose names end in _for take an argument that specifies a duration. […] -4- The memberfunctions whose names end in _until take an argument that specifies a time point. […]