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From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-04 03:49:20

>a.cpp:14: Print result of f():
>b.cpp:75: Enter f()
>b.cpp:95: Exit f()
>a.cpp:14: 1234

I really don't understand why you'd want this. And more to the point,
I'm really curious how you could implement this in C++:

// show what you want above.
BOOST_LOG(app) << "result of f() " << f();

And finally, I don't know why you'd want the above. What if f() then
calls g(), and so on, all this functions doing some logging.
Would you actually prefer:

a.cpp:14: result of f()
[100 lines of other logged messages]
a.cpp:14: 1234


[100 lines of other logged messages]
a.cpp:14: result of f(): 1234


John Torjo,    Contributing editor, C/C++ Users Journal
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