klaus at m-machine.com
Fri Nov 17 14:01:36 GMT 2000
The method you described earlier definitely works. I use it myself the same way. I guess Bernd's comment
was meant more generally. For example, according to the ISO standard you should be able to split your
templates between header files and the actual implementation just like any other class - according to
what I heard, Bjarne Stroustroup himself insisted on having this written into the standard. Problem is,
no compiler is able to implement it the ISO way.
The Media Machine, LLC
Benjamin Ellis wrote:
> > Well, the problem is that some compilers do not fully implement the
> > ISO standard :-) This was certainly the case for gcc < 2.95 which
> > is still widely used.
> Are you sure about that? Seems that I've been doing templates the normal way
> before 2.95 was every around.
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