--- Comment #15 from Roy Crihfield <rscr...@gmail.com> 2012-10-30 21:32:47 PDT
I think this absolutely needs to be reconsidered. The success of the same
semantics in Python should be enough proof of the convenience and low risk of
On top of that, the `in' operator is overloadable anyway, meaning it already
has semantic ambiguity for different types. Should `~' be considered an issue
since it can accept both T and T?
Practicality seems preferable here. I think this should be reopened.
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