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Re: Doc question: is "templatized" a word?


On Fri, 10 Feb 2017, Sandra Loosemore wrote:
> The documentation for -Wno-non-template-friend refers to "non-templatized
> friend functions" and "templatized functions".  I don't see the term
> "templatized" used anywhere in the C++ standard.  This paragraph also uses
> "nontemplate function", which I assume refers to the same thing the C++
> standard spells "non-template function".  So does "non-templatized function"
> also mean "non-template function"?  Or does it have some other meaning?

I would avoid "templatized" and believe "non-template function" is
more appropriate in your example.

Gerald


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