From: Rob Stewart (stewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-30 10:42:37
From: Carlo Wood <carlo_at_[hidden]>
> On Fri, Aug 30, 2002 at 03:54:20PM +0200, Thomas Witt wrote:
> > > void demangle_type(std::string & t_o, std::string const & t_i);
> > > void demangle_symbol(std::string & s_o, std::string const & s_i);
> > Take my apologies for the possibly dumb question, but what's wrong with
> > std::string demangle_type(std::string const & t_i);
> The function appends its data to the string.
That's hardly a requirement for demangling functionality.
> This allows to 'construct' a string without unnecessary
> need to copy strings.
> For example:
> std::string out = "You are inside ";
> demangle(out, mangled_function_name);
That presumes the caller wants to create a string to pass to the
function, of course. That same thing can be done like this:
std::string out = "You are inside ";
out += demangle(mangled_function_name);
(if we can resolve the memory allocation aspects).
-- Rob Stewart stewart_at_[hidden] Software Engineer http://www.sig.com Susquehanna International Group, LLP using std::disclaimer;
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