------- Comment #3 from  2009-04-02 13:49 -------
OK, then maybe I'm not understanding what you're proposing.  When I see "member
function" I think "a function meant to be called on an instance of a class" as
opposed to on the class itself.  (I'd love to see 'abstract static' methods,
which is what I thought this was proposing.)

Are you saying that when a class implements Foo, there must be a function void
bar(int, Foo, double) accessible from that scope?  What horrid things are you
planning on doing with that?  ;)


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