Subject: Re: [boost] min function that accepts any number of arguments
From: Sebastian Redl (sebastian.redl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-09-03 16:11:21
Peng Yu wrote:
> std::min accepts only two arguments. When I have more than two
> arguments to compare, it becomes inconvenient. I'm wondering it is
> possible to added a min function that accepts any number of arguments
> in the future version of boost?
Yes, it could probably be done with pseudo-vararg preprocessor magic.
However, the next standard contains a real vararg min. Given that, the
question is how many people are willing to invest the effort.
Pseudo-vararg code is a mess.
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