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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -fsyntax-only -std=c++11 -verify %s
template<typename T, typename U, U> using alias_ref = T;
template<typename T, typename U, U> void func_ref() {}
template<typename T, typename U, U> struct class_ref {};
template<int N>
struct U {
static int a;
template<int N> struct S; // expected-note 2{{here}}
template<int N>
int U<N>::a = S<N>::kError; // expected-error 2{{undefined}}
template<typename T>
void f() {
// FIXME: The standard suggests that U<0>::a is odr-used by this expression,
// but it's not entirely clear that's the right behaviour.
(void)alias_ref<int, int&, U<0>::a>();
(void)func_ref<int, int&, U<1>::a>(); // expected-note {{here}}
(void)class_ref<int, int&, U<2>::a>(); // expected-note {{here}}
int main() {
f<int>(); // expected-note 2{{here}}
namespace N {
template<typename T> struct S { static int n; };
template<typename T> int S<T>::n = 5;
void g(int*);
template<typename T> int f() {
int k[S<T>::n];
return k[3];
int j = f<int>();