C++ warnings for (in)equality operators
C++20 tries to compile
a == b as
b == a too (same for
!=). It emits a warning when the 2 variants have a different typing.
The fix is simple:
- the unary version should be
bool operator==(const T a) const, often the second const is missing.
- the binary version should be
bool operator==(const T a, const T b)
Fixing declaration with an incorrect type should remove warnings...
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