From: Ross Smith (ross.s_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-05-25 18:53:43
joel de guzman wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Douglas Gregor" :
> > The bracket notation unfortunately can't be used for everything, because
> > digit[0, 2] == digit
> Please elaborate...
There's no two-argument version of operator. The "0,2" in "digit[0,2]"
will be read as a comma operator (thus discarding the first operand),
not as two arguments to a function. To use more than one argument you
have to use parentheses; operator(), unlike operator, can be
overloaded for any number of arguments.
-- Ross Smith <ross.s_at_[hidden]> The Internet Group, Auckland, New Zealand ======================================================================== "Hungarian notation is the tactical nuclear weapon of source code obfuscation techniques." -- Roedy Green
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