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From:Warren Young Date:December 19 2009 10:43am
Subject:Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?
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On Dec 19, 2009, at 3:27 AM, Steven Van Ingelgem wrote:

> The problem is that the ostream seems not to be overwritten... I think you
> should do ostream::operator=(rhs); in the beginning of this function.

Yes, there has been some concern about how deep a copy the Query operator= and copy ctor
should do.  If you want to make up a patch, I'll be happy to consider it.
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How can I detect a query is wrong?Steven Van Ingelgem19 Dec
  • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Warren Young19 Dec
    • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Steven Van Ingelgem19 Dec
      • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Steven Van Ingelgem19 Dec
        • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Warren Young19 Dec
          • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Steven Van Ingelgem19 Dec
            • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Steven Van Ingelgem19 Dec
            • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Warren Young22 Dec
              • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Steven Van Ingelgem22 Dec
                • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Warren Young22 Dec
Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Warren Young23 Dec
  • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Steven Van Ingelgem23 Dec
    • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Warren Young23 Dec
      • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Steven Van Ingelgem23 Dec
        • Re: How can I detect a query is wrong?Warren Young23 Dec