Hi Gregory,

On Fri, Feb 25, 2005 at 10:37:40PM -0500, Gregory J. Sharp wrote:
> You were too quick for me. Why not just change them to std::min and 
> std::max and let the standard library do its work for you? The only 
> time this would be a problem is when the types of "a" and "b" are 
> different, and you probably want to catch that at compile time, anyway. 
> No?

  I agree (see my followup notes). There shouldn't be any relevant compilers
left that don't support that. But let's see what Andy thinks...


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