From: Fernando Cacciola (fcacciola_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-14 23:07:15
"David B. Held" <dheld_at_[hidden]> escribió en el mensaje
> Under "A note about optional<bool>" is the line:
> Second, optional<> provides and implicit conversion to bool.
> Of course, it should be "an".
>An even subtler nitpick is that in the
> First, it is functionally similar to a tristate boolean (false,
> maybe,true) -such as boost::tribool-, except that in a tristate
> boolean, the maybe state represents a valid value, unlike the
> corresponding state of an uninitialized optional<bool>.
> I think two hyphens should be used for the em-dashes (or the
> actual em-dash character, which is probably not portable). Also,
> the comma after the em-dash is probably not necessary (even
> though it would be if the parenthetical phrase were not present).
Fixed. Thanks again!!
BTW: It took me a little to understand what you've said because
I didn't know about the em-dash. But I found a nice explanation
on the web about em/en-dashes, the hyphen, and their correct uses.
I used — directly since I found many boost documents using
> Otherwise, the documentation looks great!
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