From: spamjunk (spamjunk_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-24 15:17:40
You did. My bad. My convention, and the one I'm use to, is to use the
"camel hump" convention for type names: no underscores, and capitalization
all words. But I will follow the STL convention in this code.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Victor A. Wagner, Jr." <vawjr_at_[hidden]>
Sent: Saturday, August 24, 2002 1:06 PM
Subject: Re: [boost] RFC: Example file for using Pascal-Like Set Class
> At Saturday 2002/08/24 09:28, you wrote:
> >I have upload an example code file detailing how to use the Set Class to
> >file's section of the Boost Users' group at Yahoo. I would appreciate
> >comments on the interface. It will help refine it before I submit it.
> >I currenlty have it working with: gcc 3.1 (both Linux and DJGPP), VC++
> >SP 5, and BCC 5.5.1. Although, BCC currently can't handle the SetOf
> >template for created compile-time sets. It seems to get confused with
> >template parameter default values.
> >I am still deciding on a class name. Victor A. Wagner, Jr. suggests
> >PowerSet. I am also toying with PascalSet and PackedSet.
> I hope I suggested powerset, not PowerSet.
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