Given the following:
A::B( A::B const & );
Is the above ctor declaration valid C++? ISO C++ 2003, 12.1,
paragraph 1 states:
"Constructors do not have names. A special declarator syntax using an
optional sequence of function-specifiers (7.1.2) followed by the
constructor=92s class name followed by a parameter list is used to
declare or define the constructor. In such a declaration, optional
parentheses around the constructor class name are ignored."
However, as best I can tell, the ISO standard does not specify if the
class name may or may not be a fully qualified class name.
Thanks in advance.