Quick Q: How to require an exact function signature in the detection idiom?

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Quick A: Use is_detected

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How to require an exact function signature in the detection idiom?

With C++17 is_detected, you may do

template <typename T, typename Ret, typename Index>
using subscript_t = std::integral_constant<Ret (T::*) (Index), & T::operator[]>;

template <typename T, typename Ret, typename Index>
using has_subscript = is_detected<subscript_t, T, Ret, Index>;

static_assert(has_subscript<std::vector<int>, int&, std::size_t>::value, "!");
static_assert(!has_subscript<std::vector<int>, int&, int>::value, "!");

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