From: Stefan Seefeld (seefeld_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-31 17:58:20
Michael Marcin wrote:
> I have something like:
> class A;
> boost::array<A*,10> the_array;
> std::fill( the_array.begin(), the_array.end(), NULL );
> Which wont compile (at least under Visual Studio 2005) without a cast
> for NULL... I've had this problem before and decided to try to find an
> easy cast free expressive solution for it.
I'm quite confused about what this whole thread is all about.
I would simply write
std::fill(the_array.begin(), the_array.end(), 0);
and move on. What am I missing ?
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