From: joel de guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-05-25 19:28:18
From: "Douglas Gregor" :
> > Seigh, I kinda liked  for iteration to distinguish from
> > grouping ex:
> > (a | b | c)[0, more];
> > instead of
> > (a | b | c)(0, more);
> > Oh well...
> > Joel de Guzman
> Actually, the use you describe above is possible. If more has a distinct
> (i.e., more_t), then you can overload the comma operator to combine the 0
> the more into a single object, then accept that object in operator. The
> Boost multidimensional array library will likely take this approach.
> It's the [0, 2] that won't work and would be very, very bad. Since
> a[0, 2] == a == lots of user errors.
a; // exactly 2
a; // 0..2
a[more]; // 0...
a[more]; // 1...
This can be done.
Joel de Guzman
PS> Do I hear yuck?
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