Created on 2022-10-07.00:00:00 last changed 1 month ago
Change and add before 11.4.1 [class.mem.general] paragraph 1 as follows:
member-declarator: declarator virt-specifier-seqopt pure-specifieropt declarator brace-or-equal-initializer
The token sequence = 0 is treated as a pure-specifier if the type of the declarator-id (220.127.116.11 [dcl.meaning.general]) is a function type, and is otherwise treated as a brace-or-equal-initializer. [ Note: If the member declaration acquires a function type through template instantiation, the program is ill-formed; see 13.9.1 [temp.spec.general]. --end note ]
Subclause 11.4.1 [class.mem.general] has this grammar:
member-declarator: declarator virt-specifier-seq[opt] pure-specifier[opt] declarator brace-or-equal-initializer[opt] pure-specifier: = 0
The primary issue is that foo = 0 matches both member-declarator productions. Secondarily, a declarator by itself is also ambiguous.
Code such as virtual FunctionType f = 0; can be valid, so disambiguation on the syntactic form of the declarator is not possible.
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