From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-15 10:30:21
On 02/15/2005 08:08 AM, Larry Evans wrote:
>> Yes, it is a non-member function. No, it does not mutate s.
>> It does return another set. It is purely functional (no side-
Then it's different from tuple<T1,...,Tn> since any mutating
operation Ti::op on an instance of Ti can be performed on the
corresponding member variable in an instance of tuple<T1,...,Tn>?
/field_sets.hpp for an example of what I had thought you were
talking about here:
> fusion::vector, fusion::list, fusion::set and fusion::map
> all have data. These are different incarnations of the
> tuple with different characteristics.
when you said fusion::set had data. Having data implies, at least
to me, that the data can be modified.
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