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From: Gabriel Dos Reis (gdr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-18 11:14:52

Gennaro Prota <gennaro_prota_at_[hidden]> writes:

| I don't know what the original question was, but Bo's reply makes me
| think that he has misinterpreted that paragraph (of course, it's
| likely that *I* did misinterpret it): it doesn't say that it applies
| only when the declaration specifies an unqualified name. It applies
| always but you have to see if the unqualified-ids are the same and not
| the full qualified name.


| In practice (unless there's some special case
| that I'm missing right now) you never declare a qualified name, just a
| name.

You're right.


| All the declarations in namespace N ('class name;', 'class name {};'
| and 'using X::name;') declare the same name (have the same
| unqualified-id) and thus 3.3/4 applies, even if the name in the third
| declaration is qualified. Analogously for the declarations in
| namespace X.
| Am I wrong?


-- Gaby

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