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From: Wu Yinghui, Freddie (yhwu_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-01-11 20:57:00
Peter Dimov wrote:
> The problem is that
> boost::bind(&OperatorMap::value_type::second, _1)
> returns an Operator by value (in 1.33.1) or by const reference (in the
> current CVS). Since boost::bind needs to decide on a result type at bind
> time, and since it doesn't know whether the argument coming in from the _1
> is const, it needs to conservatively assume const (Lambda doesn't have this
> limitation because it deduces the return type at call time).
> boost::bind<Operator&>(&OperatorMap::value_type::second, _1)
> to tell boost::bind to return a non-const reference.
Thanks for your quick reply!
I noticed this problem at about the same time, and tried it out already.
This modification indeed worked.
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