Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2019 14:25:07 +0300
The member/method pointer dereference operators ('.*' and '->*') are listed as having level 4 priority. This means that in the expression:
(which you'll necessarily write in order to dereference b as a pointer to method) the function call operator is evaluated first, so the expression is the same as:
This seems strange, as it guarantees that almost any use of pointers to methods would require extra parenthesis like so:
To me, it seems that those operators should have been at priority level 2 than these parenthesis would have become unnecessary with no adverse effect (at least as far as I could find).
Is there some reason I've missed for defining them at priority level 4?
Received on 2019-06-14 06:26:58