On 16 October 2013 18:46, Gabriel Dos Reis <gdr@axiomatics.org> wrote:

|     My own personal view (not that of chair) is that if std::less<T>(l,r) and
|     "l < r" are
|     both defined, then they should yield the same answer.
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| Which fails for pointers.

"fails" in which sense?  It is certainly true in the current standards
these expressions are both defined when 'l' and 'r' are related
addresses (relative to the same object), which was exactly my point.



Fails in the sense that less<int*>(l, r) and l<r do not necessarily yield the
same answer.