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Default template arguments in function templates.

From: Vladimir Grigoriev <vlad.moscow_at_[hidden]>
Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2021 22:21:23 +0300
In the C++ 20 Standard (13.2 Template parameters)
13 The set of default template-arguments available for use is obtained by merging the default arguments from all prior declarations of the template in the same way default function arguments are ( [Example
template<class T1, class T2 = int> class A;
    template<class T1 = int, class T2> class A;
is equivalent to
    template<class T1 = int, class T2 = int> class A;
— end example]
But it is not a true. For example the following function template declaration
template <class T1 = int, T2>
T1 f( T2 );
is compiled.
So the provided quote only confuses readers of the Standard.
Also it is unclear where in the Standard there is written that such lists of template parameters with default arguments are allowed.
With best regards,
(Vlad from Moscow)
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Received on 2021-04-12 14:21:30