From: Thorsten Ottosen (nesotto_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-10 13:15:58
"Dave Harris" <brangdon_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
| In-Reply-To: <427F7635.4010303_at_[hidden]>
| sstrasser_at_[hidden] (Stefan Strasser) wrote (abridged):
| > you might be interested in this document from the new c++0x mailing:
| > http://www.open-std.org/JTC1/SC22/WG21/docs/papers/2005/n1796.html
| > for the naming discussion, proposed syntax is for(int i : vec)
| > (personally I don't care if it's called BOOST_FOREACH or BOOST_FOR)
| I don't mind if it is BOOST_FOR_EACH or BOOST_FOR :-)
| > I've questioned in the past if it is expected behaviour to do
| > "hoisting". the proposal does.
| Although it doesn't seem to say whether "vec" is hoisted, and the given
| translation suggests that it isn't. I imagine that is an oversight in the
| presentation rather than the intended semantics. Interestingly he gives an
| example of an adaptor which could potentially be evaluated multiple times.
which example are you referring to?
| The proposal says:
| The user is required to include the standard header <iterator>
| in which the default version of begin()/end() is defined
| which seems wrong to me. #include<vector> ought to be enough to use for
| with std::vector, if it's a built-in facility.
chances are that <vector> will include <iterator> anyway.
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