From: Jeffrey D. Paquette (paquette_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-06-28 10:25:17
>(2) For distinguishing between throwing and nonthrowing versions, I
>tried out a few syntax forms, and found the following style one of most
>convenient and "in the spirit":
> a = interpret_cast<A>(b);
> a = interpret_cast<A>(nonthrowing(b));
>Whichever way we go, I would prefer to keep both forms as cast-like as
>possible. Feelings on this?
Why not go with existing practice and write:
a = interpret_cast<A>(b, std::nothrow);
for the non-throwing version?
-- Jeff Paquette paquette_at_[hidden], paquette_at_[hidden] http://www.atnetsend.net
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