From: Kevlin Henney (Kevlin.Henney_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-01-12 00:03:08
>So I'll word it, "if the value type has public members, then the
>Collection's reference type must also provide the member access
As has been pointed out, there is no operator., which the wording implies.
An alternative phrasing could define legal expressions in a similar way to
the definition of operator-> for iterators:
"r.m is defined if t.m is well defined, where t is an instance of the the
value type and r is a reference to it"
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