Reading UTF32 files

Markus Dangl danglm at
Thu Aug 10 11:55:40 PDT 2006

> BTW: that should probably read "auto content =;" with 
> parens, since otherwise the 'auto' will try to take the function reference

Just a note:
I think all methods that don't take parameters can be called without 
parens, just like you normally use properties, but it's a bit clearer to 
use parens here (because "read" should actually be used as a method).
To take the reference you'd have to use sth like "auto pointer = 
&" ...

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