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From: Stephen Gross (sgross_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-04 14:40:18

Let's say I've got some mpl::vector. If I grab a begin iterator on it, and
increment that iterator past the elements in the vector, what happens? For

using boost;
typedef mpl::vector<int, char> t;
typedef mpl::begin<t>::type element0; // Should deref to 'int'
typedef mpl::next<element0>::type element1; // Should deref to 'char'
typedef mpl::next<element1>::type element2; // What happens?
typedef mpl::next<element2>::type element3; // "
typedef mpl::next<element3>::type element4; // "

Will boost let me iterate past the 'end' of an mpl::vector? Am I supposed to
take care of bounds checking?


Stephen Gross
Case Western School of Medicine
Cleveland, OH

"By Grabthar's hammer, by the sons of Worvan, you shall be avenged." - Dr.

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