Section: 24.2.3 [char.traits.specializations] Status: NAD Editorial Submitter: Dietmar Kühl Opened: 2008-04-23 Last modified: 2016-02-10
Priority: Not Prioritized
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In Table 56 (Traits requirements) the not_eof() member function
is using an argument of type e which denotes an object of
X::int_type. However, the specializations in
24.2.3 [char.traits.specializations] all use
This would effectively mean that the argument type actually can't
represent EOF in the first place. I'm pretty sure that the type used
int_type which is quite obviously the only sensible
This issue is close to being editorial. I suspect that the proposal
changing this section to include the specializations for
char32_t accidentally used the wrong type.
In 126.96.36.199 [char.traits.specializations.char],
188.8.131.52 [char.traits.specializations.char32_t], and
[char.traits.specializations.wchar_t] correct the
argument type from
Already fixed in WP.