From: Bruno Lalande (bruno.lalande_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-20 19:11:40
> Right, and it also reduces the number of template instantiations needed?
Yep, it instantiates almost half the number of templates instantiated
by the first implementation.
About inlining considerations: I don't think that the compiler cares
about the deepness of function calls it has to inline. I see
optimization and inlining as a recursive algorithm that does its job
exactly the same way however deep you are. But I'm not a compiler
Anyway your solution is really good and I'll sure use it in the next
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