CVS difference for ais/ai-00168.txt

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--- ais/ai-00168.txt	1999/03/10 17:15:47	1.5
+++ ais/ai-00168.txt	1999/06/22 01:44:37	1.6
@@ -1,5 +1,6 @@
-!standard 04.06    (00)                               99-02-23  AI95-00168/03
+!standard 04.06    (00)                               99-06-12  AI95-00168/03
 !class binding interpretation 96-11-16
+!status WG9 approved 99-06-12
 !status ARG Approved 7-0-0  98-10-09
 !status work item 98-04-04
 !status received 96-11-16
@@ -7,16 +8,16 @@
 !difficulty Easy
 !subject Aliased objects cannot have discriminants modified
-!summary 99-02-23
-A view conversion is illegal if the target subtype and the operand do not
-have both aliased components or both non-aliased components.
+A view conversion of an array object is illegal if the target subtype and
+the operand do not have both aliased components or both non-aliased components.
 A discriminant constraint for a general access type is illegal if the
 designated subtype is a private type with default discriminants, but the
 partial view has no discriminants.
-!question 98-04-04
 Consider the following code fragment:
@@ -45,17 +46,17 @@
      S (Q.A2 (Q.X)); -- This call will change the discriminant of Q.X (1)
+  end;
 This example illustrates a case where it is possible to change the
 discriminant of an aliased component of an object, which is supposed to be
-!recommendation 98-04-04
 (See wording.)
-!wording 98-04-04
 Add the following clause after RM95 4.6(12):
@@ -70,7 +71,7 @@
 private type with defaulted discriminants, if the partial view of the private
 type has no discriminants.
-!discussion 98-04-04
 The problem (1) comes from the fact that it is possible to use a view
 conversion to convert an array object with aliased components to an array type
@@ -104,7 +105,7 @@
 considering that constraints on access types are not a terribly useful
-!appendix 96-11-16
 !section 4.6(00)
 !subject Aliased objects can have discriminants modified

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