From: Jonathan Turkanis (technews_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-28 15:22:30
Daniel James wrote:
>> I was thinking about the overload resolution functions suggested a
>> while back by Arturo Cuebas and had no idea why the compiler needs to be
>> told the number of parameters in the first place. So I took his code
>> and removed the numbers from functions, and it worked (in gcc). I guess
>> that it didn't work for him because of his compiler.
Funny, I thought we tried everything ;-)
>> Well, it almost worked. Sometimes there is more than the one function
>> that fits the template parameters. So I kept the numbered overloads
>> to be able to match them.
Could you give a general description of the types of cases that don't work?
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