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From: Alexander Nasonov (alnsn_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-27 12:48:21

John Torjo <john.groups <at>> writes:

> But isn't the only point of local functions, the fact that you can
> access context information (like, the arguments passed to your function)?

Did you mean 'passed to your *outer* function'?

To pass bound arguments you either

1. struct local { int& i; void body(char c) { i = c; } };
2. struct local { static void body(int&, char c) { i = c; }

The body of the former isn't static and can't be passed to a template.
The former doen't have an opening bracket before your first unbound argument:

int i;
void BOOST_LOCAL_FUNCTION(i) char c)
} ...

Note missing '(' in the first line.


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