From: Robert Kawulak (kawulak_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-19 06:06:34
> From: Jeff Garland
> Well, as you're already aware there are versions of these
> things that are used
> in the implementation of date-time. The basic requirements
Thanks! I've taken a glance at them and it seems the library
already fulfills all but...
> 2) These need special addition/subtraction with
> remainder/overflow. So, for
> example, take the following
> wrapping_int<integer, 1, 7> wi; //wi == 1;
> wi.add(8); // wi == 2 -- returns 1 (wrapped once)
> wi.subtract(8); //wi == 1 -- returns 1 (wrapped once)
Well, this needs thinking over...
> I'm also interested in your string stuff -- is there a
> current draft of stuff
> posted somewhere?
Not yet, I'll do this as soon as the code is suitable for posting
> Also, I'd be willing at some point to
> experiment with
> replacing my date-time implementations with yours -- it would
> be an easy way
> to test that I got all the use cases right ;-)
That's a great idea!
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