Date: 2000-12-04 06:06:16
--- In boost_at_[hidden], d.frey_at_g... wrote:
> > Did you also try this with const char *& rather than plain const
> char *?
> Yes, but I didn't get the compiler to accept it. Probably my fault
> or it's the gcc... I'll try it again on Monday, when I'm back at the
I tried it again, but without success. Using
template< typename T, typename S > T lexical_cast( const S& arg )
template<> string lexical_cast< string, char* >( const char*& arg )
results in the following error for me (gcc 2.95.2):
template-id `lexical_cast<string, char *>' for
`lexical_cast(const char *&)' does not match any template declaration
Is this a bug in the gcc or isn't a compiler required by the standard
to accept the above?
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