From: gtpaw (gtpaw_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-02-13 03:29:48
--- In boost_at_y..., Bill Seymour <bill-at-the-office_at_p...> wrote:
> Itay wrote:
> > std::string s;
> > s = into_string<std::string>() << "current year: " << 2002
> - How is this better than std::ostringstream?
The initial motivation of this 'to_string' thread was to implement an
easy to use wrapper for ostringstream, thus, eliminating the need to
deal with the 'details' of the stream. Naturally, a wrapper cannot
yield more power than what is delivered by the underlying core.
> - If I'm using << operators, can I use I/O manipulators?
the 'into_string' interface uses the dedicated into_string_proxy
class. This class isn't derived from std::ios_base so I/O
manipulators cannot co-work with it.
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