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Notes

[1] The type Result is permitted to be void. That is, this adaptor may be used for functions that return no value. However, this presents implementation difficulties. According to the draft C++ standard, it is possible to return from a void function by writing return void instead of just return. At present, however (early 1998), very few compilers support that feature. As a substitute, then, mem_fun1_t uses partial specialization to support void member functions. If your compiler has not implemented partial specialization, then you will not be able to use mem_fun1_t with member functions whose return type is void.

[2] This helper function was called mem_fun1 in drafts of the C++ standard, but it is called mem_fun in the final standard. This implementation provides both versions for backward compatibility, but mem_fun1 will be removed in a future release.


New members | Standard Template Library Programmer`s Guide | mem_fun1_ref_t < Result, X, Arg >







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