From: Eric Friedman (ebf_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-13 16:00:04
Andy Little wrote:
> "Eric Friedman" <ebf_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
>>Andy Little wrote:
>>>The metafunction naming style that instantly came to mind for me
>>> and honestly thought was in use ( as a newbie to MPL) was to add a '_t'
>>> to the name, hence
>>This is not the convention used by MPL.
> If you point me to the convention used by MPL I will be happy to use it.
Examples of MPL metafunctions include
...and so on
While the metafunction result is of course accessed via the nested
::type, I think you can see none of these names have _t suffixes.
In fact, the only types in MPL with _t suffixes are those that wrap
preexisting types with such a suffix (e.g., mpl::size_t).
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