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Use of typeof() for member data declaration (g++ bug?)

M. Steinbach
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class Real {
double data;

class A {
Real a;
typeof( ) b; // Fails

--- g++ t.C:
t.C:10: invalid use of member `A::a'
t.C:10: ISO C++ forbids declaration of `b' with no type
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