From: Karl Nelson (kenelson_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-01-23 20:24:07
> On Sun, 2002-01-06 at 05:00, Karl Nelson wrote:
> > If there is sufficent interest I can push this to the vault
> > and call for a review.
> > File at
> > http://www.ece.ucdavis.edu/~kenelson/iomanip.hh
> I think the iomanip would make a useful library, making life easier for
> many potential IO libraries. (my format for instance)
Excellent. (Seeing as that is what is designed to support).
> also it can certainly add several features that could be useful to any
> stream user.
> (e.g. it could provide non-sticky versions for all the usual
Hmm. How would you define that in this context?
The only definition I can come up with would be like...
cout << nonstick(hex) << 16 << 2;
But that would fail if written...
cout << nonstick(hex);
cout << 16 << 2;
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