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Section: 22.214.171.124 [stringbuf.virtuals] Status: CD1 Submitter: Martin Sebor Opened: 2006-02-23 Last modified: 2017-02-03
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According to Table 92 (unchanged by issue 432), when
newoff value in out mode is computed as
the difference between
This value isn't meaningful unless the value of
can be precisely controlled by a program. That used to be possible
until we accepted the resolution of issue 432, but since then the
overflow() have been relaxed to allow it
to make more than 1 write position available (i.e., by setting
epptr() to some unspecified value past
pptr()). So after the first call to
overflow() positioning the output sequence relative to
end will have unspecified results.
In addition, in
in|out mode, since
epptr()) need not hold, there are two different possible values
epptr() - pbase() and
egptr() - eback().
newoff column in the last row of Table 94 to
endpointer minus the beginning pointer (
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