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Subject: Re: [boost] [Review:Algorithms] - Review by Neil Groves
From: Sylvester-Bradley, Gareth (Gareth.Sylvester-Bradley_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-10-18 13:07:07

> Your rationale added nothing, as far as I'm concerned. Besides, a
statement like,
> "when there are no items...they all satisfy", is nonsensical. No
matter how you
> try to rationalize the result, the other could be justified equally.
That is,
> since there are no elements, none satisfied the criteria, so return
> Returning true or false for empty ranges is determined by fiat.

I like to think returning true demonstrates the positive, can-do, glass
half-full, outlook of us software developers.



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