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Page 167: Description of concept Averagable says it uses two type traits when it actually only uses one. #81

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WraithGlade opened this issue Dec 29, 2019 · 1 comment

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@WraithGlade WraithGlade commented Dec 29, 2019

In the following text:

The concept is composed of three Boolean expressions AND-ed (&&) together: two type traits ➊ ➌ and a requires expression. If any of the three returns false, the concept’s constraints are not met.

In reality, the corresponding code uses one type trait and one requires containing two requirement expressions.

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@JLospinoso JLospinoso commented Jan 1, 2020

Thanks, @WraithGlade!

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