From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-13 16:01:17
"Alexander Nasonov" <alnsn_at_[hidden]> writes:
> David Abrahams wrote:
>> I'll ask again: what is the point of using types for states?
> You can't easily emulate is-a relationship with numbers. With classes you
> just derive one class from another.
Okay, but what's the value of modeling an is-a relationship between
states? In a FSM, states are distinct. One state is-not-a nother
> My example demonstrates this technique.
AFAICT it seems to be a way of grouping states, or perhaps of
emulating substates, so you can avoid writing the transitions
that a group of states has in common (?)
>> I don't know if I do so, yet ;-)
> I mean I _can_ do so but switching to mpl concept doesn't go smoothly.
> Currently, I'm trying to understand why size of mpl::set<id<1>, id<2> > is 2
> while distance between begin and end is one?
I'm lost, sorry.
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