From: Robert Jones (robertgbjones_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-07-22 08:01:11
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 12:28 PM, Mathias Gaunard <
> Robert Jones wrote:
> > typedef pair<int, S *> Pair;
> > vector<Pair> pairs;
> > bool trueForAll = ( find_if( _1, _2, _3 ) == _2 )(
> > pairs.begin( ),
> > pairs.end( ),
> > ! bind( & S :: predOfS, bind( & Pair :: second, _1 ) ) );
> > }
> > The last line gives me compile errors.
> > Two things:
> > - I think I need to specicy the template parameters to find_if, but I'm
> > sure quite what they are!
> Why are you even doing this?
> find_if(pairs.begin(), pairs.end(), your_lambda_expression) is sufficient.
> Otherwise, it is more practical to use a lazy function. Phoenix is
> better for that, and it actually already provides lazy versions of
> standard algorithms.
> > - The error message reckons the last arg to find_if is placeholder<4>,
> > placeholder<3>, why?
> Because _1 is placeholder<0>.
I can entirely understand your horror at this code, and indeed it is highly
to be about the simplest thing I can construct which reproduces the symptoms
produced from the real code.
The essential feature, in the terms of my example code, is that I only want
evaluate the end( ) method once, and avoid placing it in a named variable.
It seems Phoenix may be the answer to my needs, so many thanks for that
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