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From: Martin Schulz (Martin.Schulz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-28 02:58:59

> Nope. Your dialog manager would keep track of the unit and
> set appropriately upon initialization and/or user
> interaction. Your reader would then be as simple as setting
> the value directly to the quantity.
> Alternatively you might have something like this:
> quantity<abstract> on_dialog_ok()
> {
> quantity<abstract> dist;
> dist.set_unit(combo.selected_item().data());
> dist.set_value(entry.value().as_double());
> }
> No more switch statement smell.

Yes, but then again, the unit of "dist" cannot be hardcoded in its C++
type anymore. I may be missing something, but I do not see how the above
code could be made to work with the library under review.


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