On 02/18/2014 05:36 PM, Daniel Krügler wrote:
> Am 14.02.2014 19:41, schrieb Nach:
>> According to the C++ 2011 standard (and possibly prior ones as well),
> Replying to you "possibly" form: The wording that you have quoted
> exists basically unmodified since the 1998 C++ Standard.
>> seekoff is supposed to fail when the parameters passed are "cur",
>> In the case where the parameters passed are "beg" or "end" with
>> "in|out", the position of both of them are identical, in which case it
>> does not matter whether it is calculated from in or out.
>>From what you describe here I'm not sure whether you are just
> enumerating facts that you have deduced from the standard or whether
> you are pointing to a wording problem.
> Would you mind to elaborate a bit further on that, because I seem to
> have missed your point?
He's responding to a question that was posted by Sebastian Karlsson on
2009-11-17. I've no idea why he waited nearly four years to do so, but
on the other hand, according to Google groups, no one else answered the
question before him. Also according to Google Groups, that's the only
message that Sebastian ever posted to this newsgroup, so he's unlikely
to still be monitoring it.