Subject: Re: [boost] Assign V2 - first impression
From: John Bytheway (jbytheway+boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-06-23 04:14:50
On 22/06/11 21:31, er wrote:
>>> Conversion from ranges to containers
>> This sentence doesn't make sence to me. std::container(range.begin(),
>> range.end()) is supported by all containers.
> Please see Conversion in the tutorial. The first sentence gives it away:
> This section deals with conversion from a Range to collections of
> elements that need not (but may) support iterators.
As I see it, the primary advantage of this conversion feature is that
you can use it when th range only exists as a temporary. e.g. if a
function returns a range, you can use it without first assigning that
range to a variable. Perhaps this aspect could be made more clear?
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