Date: 2000-01-12 15:36:52
Greg Colvin writes:
> I have also not been following this thread, but I agree with
> Howard's take below. So if you are trying to state general
> container requirements for proxied containers you will need
> to look at all the algorithms.
"all" is a pretty strong word :)
Here's what I've looked at:
all the algorithms in MTL and GGCL
These algorithms often use 2D containers, so an expression
like this is *very* common:
j = (*i).begin();
Now if the Collection uses a Proxy reference type, then this *will*
Hence the conditional requirement for member access that is now in the
I do not know of any examples that argue for the more
flexible position of unconditionally allowing proxies.
If anyone does, please let me know.
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