From: Andy Little (andy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-03-31 12:13:16
"Tobias Schwinger" wrote
> // IS_TYPE((int))::value is true
> // IS_TYPE((1))::value is false
> Does anyone know how to implement this without a typeof operator?
I havent got a solution but one avenue thats seems to be in the right field is
to exploit the difference between a function call and a declaration:
Sometype func_or_value( Entity_to_test);
eg assume Entity_to_test is a type then func_or_value is a function, else
func_or_value is a variable.
Dont know if it helps though. The other slim hope is exploiting how e.g
std::for_each uses its last argument, but I dont quite know how that would help
if at all.
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