Why is !() need with default template arguments

Tim Matthews tim.matthews7 at gmail.com
Wed May 20 03:45:26 PDT 2009

On Wed, 20 May 2009 15:01:44 +1200, Jeremie Pelletier <jeremiep at gmail.com>  

> I think it is so the parser knows how to make the difference between the  
> template symbol and an instance symbol.

Can you explain a bit more on this? function templates dont require this  
by the way and I didn't think a template could ever be 'newed'

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