From: Daniel Frey (daniel.frey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-12-17 10:27:07
Rani Sharoni wrote:
> In the same fashion - I think that if type is not cv void, not reference and
> not convertible to bool (via standard conversion) then it's class type.
Hm, could you show an implementation? I think that the "convertible to
bool" might be a problem for classes with operator bool(), also I'm not
sure how you would detect:
is_class< int( int, int ) >::value
correctly with your approach...
> It might be useful implementation for compliers on which the SFIAE technique
> to detect class type doesn't work.
What is SFIAE? Is it the
template< typename > no_type test( ... );
template< typename T > yes_type test( void (T::*)() );
stuff from Paul Mensonides?
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