Overloading The Function Call Operator ( )

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postfix-expression ( <expression-list> )


In its ordinary use as a function call, the postfix-expression must be a function name, or a pointer or reference to a function. When the postfix-expression is used to make a member function call, postfix-expression must be a class member function name or a pointer-to-member expression used to select a class member function. In either case, the postfix-expression is followed by the optional expression-list.

A call X(arg1, arg2), where X is an object class X, is interpreted as X.operator()(arg1, arg2).

The function call operator, operator()(), can only be overloaded as a nonstatic member function.

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