A type is Assignable if it is possible to assign one object of the type to another object of that type.
|T||is type that is a model of Assignable|
|t||is an object of type T|
|u||is an object of type T or possibly const T|
|Assignment||t = u||T&||t is equivalent to u|
Revised 05 December, 2006
|Copyright © 2000||Jeremy Siek, Univ.of Notre Dame (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
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