From: Dietmar Kuehl (dietmar_kuehl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-06-24 19:06:48
On Monday 24 June 2002 13:48, Daniel Frey wrote:
> I noticed that boost doesn't have any helper for sizeof_array.
One of the very first submissions to Boost was my "array.h" header which
hasn't made it from the beta directory into the approved library part yet: It
also contains obviously useful function 'begin()' and 'end()' for the obvious
> PS: I'm never sure if 'size_t' or 'std::size_t' is correct :)
It depends on the headers you have included: If you included <cstddef>, it
is 'std::size_t'; if you included <stddef.h> you can use both. There are other
headers (eg. <cstdlib>/<stdlib.h>) also declare "size_t".
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