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3366. Narrowing conversions between integer and integer-class types

Section: 23.3.4.4 [iterator.concept.winc] Status: Resolved Submitter: Casey Carter Opened: 2020-01-07 Last modified: 2021-10-23

Priority: 3

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Discussion:

The working draft ignores the possibility that:

  1. the value of an expression of integer-class type might not be representable by the target integer type of a conversion, and

  2. the value of an expression of integer type might not be representable by the target integer-class type of a conversion.

Presumably the behavior of these cases is undefined by omission; is this actually the intent?

Notably (2) could be specified away by mandating that all integer-class types are capable of representing the value range of all integer types of the same signedness.

[2020-01-25 Issue Prioritization]

Priority to 3 after reflector discussion.

[2021-10-23 Resolved by the adoption of P2393R1 at the October 2021 plenary. Status changed: New → Resolved.]

Proposed resolution: