From: Dan W. (danw_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-07 06:42:57
Daniel Frey wrote:
> Illegal AFAIK, you can't define $ portably. Just an idea:
> unit::make(value)[unit], e.g.:
> unit::speed s = unit::make( 42 )[m/s];
> and possibly the seriously overused _:
> #define _(x) unit::make(x)
> unit::speed s = _( 42 )[m/s];
> and at least _ without ( is not tainted. Maybe possible...
#define _( expr ) ::boost::spirit::compile_to_cpp( \" expr \" )
_( s = 2 m/s. );
..and then train spirit to tell 'm' the unit, from 'm the variable, or
whatever, from the context :) ?
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