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From: Hossein Haeri (powerprogman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-06 06:40:12

Hi Jeff.

> bind( newPrint // instance of function
> object
> , _1 // placeholder to recieve
> *value_type::const_iterator

Oops! Not AFAICS. Consider its equivalent for:

for(typename Container::const_iterator j = c.begin();
    j != c.end(); ++j)
  newPrint(*j, out);

This means that _1 is meant to recieve
*Container::const_iterator which is exactly what I
pass to for_each:

for_each(c.begin(), c.end(), bind(newPrint, _2, out));

> I think your problems lie elsewhere. Try this out
> with simpler non-templated, non-recursive functions
> first.

Hmmm... I guess I know enough about those trivial
situations. And, I need it as it is. Furthermore, the
for loop works, which means that there shouldn't be
ant problem any way else... :(


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