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From: Okko Willeboordse (trash_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-29 15:44:47


Then I end up with a constructor that takes any type of data which
can not be distinguished from my other constructors.

Peter Dimov wrote:
> Okko Willeboordse wrote:
>>So I do
>>class some_class
>> template <class T>
>> some_class(const boost::function1<T*, short*>& get_member)
> Why not just
> template<class F> some_class( F f );
> ?
> boost::function<> is useful when you have to capture an arbitrary function
> object in a fixed type. Since your boost::function<> above is templated on
> T, it has a variable type, so you can just use the function object argument
> as-is.

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