From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-27 13:06:06
On 04/27/2005 12:40 PM, Giovanni P. Deretta wrote:
Giovanni, I guess this was an "OOPS" since there was nothing added.
Anyway, I should say, w.r.t. redundancy, that the following code:
enum_map<0>::field_names const index=enum_map<0>::f_0;
from the vault file mentioned here:
> Larry Evans wrote:
does contain some redundancy since the field_name, f_0, has to be
qualified with the struct, enum_map<0>, where it's defined.
Also, in enum_map, there's redundancy in that the enumeration has to be
defined first before it's used in the mpl::map. This is in contrast
to the corresponding struct:
where the field names only occur once.
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