From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-16 16:46:57
On 03/06/2005 02:53 PM, Pavel Chikulaev wrote:
> "Larry Evans" <cppljevans_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
>>I've also very curious about how this was done.
> I create operators tree at compile-time of rhs, then I parse it using
> templates (most challenging) and the evaluate the result.
This "parse it using templates" sound like it might be like the
application_parts template in application_parts_test.cpp:
I remember thinking about calling it "parse" also (as I did before for
similar problems), but then I was worried people would confuse it with
the more conventional meaning of parse.
Anyway, application_parts is like mpl::unpack_args in that one of its
results is a place_holder expression which, when applied to the other
results, gives the original type. With unpack_args, IIUC, the
programmer has to explicitly provide the args since, as the name
implies, the arguments are "unpacked" leaving just the metafunction.
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