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--- Comment #2 from Don <> 2010-12-06 23:35:07 PST ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> It's a feature, not a bug. You can take the address of methods without
> providing an object reference (i.e. no this pointer, or what would be the
> context member of method delegates).

> What is happening here is that the language "designers" just didn't feel like
> introducing a dedicated separate function type for this purpose. Instead, they
> reused the "normal" function pointer type, even if calling it makes no sense.
> Basically it's a quick language hack that endangers type-safety and confuses
> users.

Are you sure this is an intentional design decision, and not just an oversight?
Was it discussed by Walter and Andrei in the newsgroup?

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