From: Gennadiy Rozental (gennadiy.rozental_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-28 00:01:56
>> Maybe somebody could point me into right direction. boost::bind allows to
>> present function of arity N as function of arity M with M<N, by binding
>> particular arguments. I need reverse: I need to present function of arity
>> as function of arity M with M > N, by ignoring some arguments.
>> What is recommended to be used?
> boost::bind can be invoked with any arity and will ignore arguments that
> are not used.
> void f(int);
> bind(&f, _1)(x,y,z,u); // invokes f(x)
Ups. My fault. Name bind is kinda misleading here. But that's ok.
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