From: Giovanni P. Deretta (lordshoo_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-27 09:49:32
David Abrahams wrote:
> "Giovanni P. Deretta" <lordshoo_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>I have been using a small extension to the tuple library 'get' function,
>>that I have found very handy. It allows the extraction of an element of
>>a tuple by specifying its type instead of the index.
>> given the tuple boost::tuple<type1, type2, type3>
>> get<type1> returns the first element of the tuple of that type.
>>This allows one to write more self describing code: you don't need to
>>look up the tuple element type when you find an indexed get function
>>buried deep inside some code.
>>This is especially useful with nested tuples where for example
>>'get<3>(get<5>(get<0>(my_tuple)))' looks more like line noise than real
> You might look at c:/boost/boost/python/detail/tuple_extract.hpp
Hum, I can't find it in boost-1.32 nor in the CVS... link?
-- Giovanni P. Deretta
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