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351. unary_negate and binary_negate: struct or class?

Section: 22.10 [function.objects] Status: NAD Editorial Submitter: Dale Riley Opened: 2001-11-12 Last modified: 2016-01-28

Priority: Not Prioritized

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In 22.10 [function.objects] the header <functional> synopsis declares the unary_negate and binary_negate function objects as struct. However in [negators] the unary_negate and binary_negate function objects are defined as class. Given the context, they are not "basic function objects" like negate, so this is either a typo or an editorial oversight.

[Taken from comp.std.c++]

Proposed resolution:

Change the synopsis to reflect the useage in [negators]

[Curaçao: Since the language permits "struct", the LWG views this as NAD. They suggest, however, that the Project Editor might wish to make the change as editorial.]