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From: Joaquín Mª López Muñoz (joaquin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-03-29 01:41:07

Hi Darren

Darren Cook ha escrito:

> >>I mentioned before I want to lose one of the "type" words from:
> >> index_type<C,T>::type
> >
> > Yes, me too. I have proposed in a response to Gary
> > Powell an alternative that I like myself:
> >
> > template<int N> struct nth_index;
> > template<typename Tag> struct index;
> > template<int N> struct nth_index_iterator;
> > template<int N> struct nth_index_const_iterator;
> > template<typename Tag> struct index_iterator;
> > template<typename Tag> struct index_const_iterator;
> I currently have (C is indexed_set container type, c is instance of that
> container, T is index tag):
> const typename index_type<C,T>::type& myindex=get<T>(c);
> typename index_type<C,T>::type::const_iterator i=myindex.begin();
> Does this become this?
> const typename index<C,T>& myindex=get<T>(c);
> typename index_const_iterator<C,T> i=myindex.begin();

Not exactly. It'd be

const typename index<C,T>::type& myindex=get<T>(c);
typename index_const_iterator<C,T>::type i=myindex.begin();

The "_type" is omitted, but the "::type" cannot be eliminated.
BTW, there are alternative wordings to the lines above:

const typename C::index<T>::type& myindex=get<T>(c);
typename C::index_const_iterator<T>::type i=myindex.begin();


Joaquín M López Muñoz
Telefónica, Investigación y Desarrollo

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