The Larch/C++ special primaries are as follows.
lcpp-primary ::= literal |
See section 4.13 Literals for the syntax and meaning of C++ literals.
An lcpp-primary of the form
tn is a type-id,
Since sizes are C++-implementation dependent,
this integer is not uniquely determined by Larch/C++.
(See See section 8.3 Instantiation of Templates
for the syntax of type-id.)
See section 6.2.3 The Modifies Clause for the syntax and meaning of store-ref-list
and the forms of lcpp-primary
unchanged (see section 18.104.22.168 Unchanged).
See section 6.3.2 The Trashes Clause for the forms of lcpp-primary
trashed (see section 22.214.171.124 Trashed).
See section 6.11 Exceptions for the meaning of the forms of
lcpp-primary beginning with
The others are explained in this section.
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