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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -fsyntax-only -verify %s -std=c++11
void f(); // expected-note{{possible target for call}}
void f(int); // expected-note{{possible target for call}}
decltype(f) a; // expected-error{{reference to overloaded function could not be resolved; did you mean to call it with no arguments?}} expected-error {{variable has incomplete type 'decltype(f())' (aka 'void')}}
template<typename T> struct S {
decltype(T::f) * f; // expected-error {{call to non-static member function without an object argument}}
struct K {
void f();
void f(int);
S<K> b; // expected-note{{in instantiation of template class 'S<K>' requested here}}
namespace PR13978 {
template<typename T> struct S { decltype(1) f(); };
template<typename T> decltype(1) S<T>::f() { return 1; }
// This case is ill-formed (no diagnostic required) because the decltype
// expressions are functionally equivalent but not equivalent. It would
// be acceptable for us to reject this case.
template<typename T> struct U { struct A {}; decltype(A{}) f(); };
template<typename T> decltype(typename U<T>::A{}) U<T>::f() {}
// This case is valid.
template<typename T> struct V { struct A {}; decltype(typename V<T>::A{}) f(); };
template<typename T> decltype(typename V<T>::A{}) V<T>::f() {}