From: Marat Khalili (0x8.0p15_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-22 15:00:35
Iain Denniston wrote:
> Apologies for the delayed response - things got a bit mad here.
>> Its argument is <CODE>std::ios_base::fmtflags</CODE> here.
> Yes - but fmtflags is simply typedef'd to int somewhere deep in the STL.
> Certainly this is the case with STLPort and the dinkumare STL (built in
> VC version of STL). Hence anything that is an int or can be converted to
> one can be passed as an argument to the function - the precise problem
> I'm trying to fix.
Somehow it doesn't compile here, but it can be a feature of g++.
Unfortunately I have no other compiler to test.
> test.cpp:10: error: No match for `ostream::flags(const int &)'
> ios_base.h:550: note: candidates are: _Ios_Fmtflags ios_base::flags() const
> ios_base.h:561: note: _Ios_Fmtflags ios_base::flags(_Ios_Fmtflags) <near match>
> test.cpp:10: error: invalid conversion from `int' to `_Ios_Fmtflags'
> test.cpp:10: error: initializing argument 1 of `_Ios_Fmtflags ios_base::flags(_Ios_Fmtflags)'
If limited to g++ now, then of course same feature for all platforms
will be useful.
With Best Regards,
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