Re: Detecting static or non-static member function?
"A. Schroeder" <email@example.com> wrote...
> yes I know it is a very silly question, but can I have a mechanism that
> uses implementation A if used in a static member function, and
> implementation B if it is a non-static member function?
> Meaning if I have
> class Example
> static void foo()
> void bar()
> is there some expression XXX that is same in both functions, legal,
> but evaluates to something different?
Can't think of anything at the moment, but have a question: why do
you think you need that?
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