Date: 2000-03-11 21:03:48
Jens Maurer writes:
> jsiek_at_[hidden] wrote:
> > I think unconditional requirement for LessThanComparable is not
> > needed. Instead, interval<T> should be LessThanComparable *if*
> > T is LessThanComparable.
> No. For nearly every interval operation, we have to either use
> std::max() or check if some bound is below or above zero.
> See operator*, for example.
> LessThanComparable for T is an important general requirement.
Ok, that's right.
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