> how highlighting can be wrong? it is just color, user must understand source 
> meaning independent from color.

Imagine that some portion of the code was highlighted as a string or comment 
while it actually isn't a string or a comment.  That won't help reading the 
code, but rather will make it a lot harder, because you have *incorrect* visual 
clues.  We don't want that.

> the fact that its a constructor and would normally return an object of that 
> type is the far more important information, not that it happens to look like 
> a function call, thats just a distraction.

Well, your constructors (?) return booleans, or are converted to it.  The call 
site meaning is clearly function-like, how it's implemented looks fairly 
secondary in your example.
Sure, it might actually be a lot more convoluted, and return a more complex 
object but that object can be converted to boolean, or has `operator |`, but 
the caller doesn't seem to really care.

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