From: Corwin Joy (cjoy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-22 22:33:11
> Jonathan Wakely wrote:
>> How do you handle NULL values? the postgresql::row_set_imp::get()
>> doesn't seem to account for NULL, which would crash strlen(), atof() etc.
In DTL, Paul Harris actually just created a version of boost::optional to
handle NULL values which worked very well as a way to read and write types
that could be null. He also did mappings of the boost::posix_time class and
we also used a version of the boost:variant class to provide dynamically
bound types (where you don't know the types until runtime).
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