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Defining Member Templates Outside a Class

In Visual C++ .NET 2003 and later, it is possible to define member templates outside a class, as described in Member Function Templates and Nested Class Templates.

The following sample works in Visual C++ .NET 2003 as specified in the standard:

// defining_member_templates_outside_a_class.cpp
// compile with: /LD
template <class T>
struct S
{
   template<class U> void f(U);
};

template<class T> template <class U> void S<T>::f(U)
{   //defined out of line
}

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