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From: David Abrahams (david.abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-06-08 11:46:56

I think we have a bug in the iterator_adaptor documentation. Specifically,
this example: puts
the result of calling std::bind1st inside an iterator_adaptor. One standard
library implementation tried to default-construct one of these
iterator_adaptors and we discovered that std::binder1st can't be
default-constructed. I'd like to replace that part of the example with the
result of calling boost::bind() instead. I think it would be relatively
harmless to allow the result type of bind() to be default-constructed,
because nobody's going to name it anyway.

Hmm, and what about lambda's bind(), also?


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