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From: Lucio Flores (dogboy_l_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-08 20:37:02
I posted this question a few months ago, but I got pulled away to deal with
more pressing work issues. So here it goes again:
I'm trying to use lambda expressions to implement 'twice'. So I came up with
typedef mpl::apply<_1, mpl::apply<_1, _2> > lambda_type;
typedef lambda_type<boost::add_pointer<_1>, int> result_type;
When I look at result_type, I get is_same<result_type, int*>::type::value
evaluates to true. I expected that is_same<result_type, int**>::type::value
would evaluate to true. Why is my lambda expression 'lambda_type' only
returning it's second argument??
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