From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-04-22 08:16:07
David Abrahams wrote:
>John Torjo <john.lists_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>>time, you don't have to name the element type ;-)
>>of course ;) the element type is deduced from the container type.
>>For instance, if you want a constant range, just do:
>>crange<const container> r(cont);
>But container is usually "spelt something<element_type>", so I'd pick
>naming the element type over naming the container type any day.
But it's technically not possible.
typedef std::deque<int> d_array;
typedef std::vector<int> v_array;
crange<d_array> r(d); // ok
crange<v_array> r(v); // ok
However, had I used
crange<int> r(d); // how do I know what iterators to keep inside?
crange<int> r(v); // how do I know what iterators to keep inside?
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