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Sec. 27.1.1 screws up sec. 27.5.2.4.1 (in C++/1998)

Sorry if this has already been reported.  I think TC1 has come out, but
this is for the original 1998 version (so it may have already been
fixed).

[In another post I said that 27.1.1 should switch "ios_base" and
"basic_ios".]

It seems that section 27.1.1 [lib.iostream.limits.imbue] prevents any
stream-buffer's "imbue", in section 27.5.2.4.1
[lib.streambuf.virt.locales], to do any cascading to a parent.  By a
"parent", I mean a base stream-buffer class's version of "imbue" that
the current class wants to enhance, or a contained stream-buffer object
or pointer for filtering purposes.  Both cascading cases need the
current stream-buffer's "imbue" to call the parent's "imbue", which
27.1.1 bans.

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Something a little bit different for me, again part of the B&W composition tutorials. I set these screws up on top of my light box, and having ...

Price Is Right Model Screws Up Game Gives Away Car - YouTube
Visit http://spacecoastdaily.com/ *Subscribe to the Channel* ;) A model on the popular game show ‘Price Is Right’ botched a simple game and the ...

Tour Down Under 2016: TDU sturns screws with nasty climb in Stage 3 - AdelaideNow Search Search
IT will all start so nicely at the Bay. But the TDU Stage 3 race over the Adelaide Hills to Campbelltown has a nasty sting in its tail.

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