signature — One signature of an overloaded function or method
A signature refers to one declaration of an overloaded function or method. The signature itself has no name, because the name of the overloaded function or method is used. An overloaded function or method will have several signatures that will generally be typeset together.
|last-revision||#IMPLIED||CDATA||Set to $Date: 2009-10-10 15:53:46 +0100 (Sat, 10 Oct 2009) $ to keep "last revised" information in sync with CVS changes|
|cv||#IMPLIED||CDATA||cv-qualifiers for this method, e.g., const volatile|
|specifiers||#IMPLIED||CDATA||The specifiers for this function, e.g., inline, static, etc.|
|id||#IMPLIED||CDATA||A global identifier for this element|
|xml:base||#IMPLIED||CDATA||Implementation detail used by XIncludes|