Date: 2000-08-17 15:09:13
David Abrahams writes:
> > I have a suggestion for the boost programming guidelines. As various
> > boost members have pointed out in the past (most recently Dave), it is
> > better to use free (non-member) functions over member functions in
> > public interfaces.
> Please don't put words in my mouth. I don't believe that free functions are
> better than member functions in any sense. I only said that they may be more
> appropriate in some cases, and that we shouldn't forget to avail ourselves
> of them.
My apologies. I misunderstood the meaning of what you said.
So you don't agree that free functions are better? Why not?
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