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Does the standard say anything about the result of

template<class Ty>
valarray<Ty> pow(const valarray<Ty>& left,
const valarray<Ty>& right);

if the number of elements in left an right differ?

Jul 23 '05 #1
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m_*********@hot mail.com wrote:
Does the standard say anything about the result of

template<class Ty>
valarray<Ty> pow(const valarray<Ty>& left,
const valarray<Ty>& right);

if the number of elements in left an right differ?

Yes. The result is undefined.

Jul 23 '05 #2

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