From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-05-24 01:51:05
I really think we'd be better off creating a new templated class, like
std::pair<> but with both types needing to be the same and iterators. We
could make a constructor for such a class using your model below) and we'd
get what you want AND we'd get a concrete "range" object at the same time.
At Sunday 2004-05-23 21:36, you wrote:
>Why don't we provide container versions of all stl algorithms:
>template<typename C,typename P>
>for_each( C const& c, P pred) // or non const ref??
> // unwrap here used to allow by_ref( c ) usage for mutable predicates
> std::for_each( begin( unwrap( c ) ), end( unwrap( c ) ), P );
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