From: joel de guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-05-22 06:26:21
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From: "Vesa Karvonen"
> Where oppar, comma and clpar are defined something like this:
> Ch<'('> oppar;
> Ch<')'> clpar;
> Ch<','> comma;
> (This would be different from Spirit.)
Actually, I did that before. Yet it doesn't fit well with
Str<"Hello"> is not legal. It has to be Str<cp> where cp
is a char const*.
... Also, I want to use plain literals in binary expressions.
This is OK if one, but not both, are literals:
a - 'x'; // ok
'a' | 'b' // nope!
In many cases, like in your example, only one
is a literal.
Joel de Guzman
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