Tomas Lindquist Olsen
tomas at famolsen.dk
Mon Feb 12 19:02:03 PST 2007
Jarrett Billingsley wrote:
> Not with "normal" functions. Usually the convention is to declare "..."
> and "TypeInfo arguments, va_list argptr" versions of your function so
> that other variadic funcs can call it
Guess that is what I was trying to avoid.
> void foo(...)
> vfoo(_arguments, _argptr);
> void vfoo(TypeInfo arguments, va_list argptr)
> vbar(arguments, argptr);
> void bar(...)
> vbar(_arguments, _argptr);
> void vbar(TypeInfo arguments, va_list argptr)
> // The only way to do this..
> dout.writefx(arguments, argptr, true);
Thanx for this I wasn't aware of OutStream.writefx . It will work for me
> With variadic templates, it becomes much more straightforward, although
> your output code can become bloated
Yeah I don't want to go this way. Though it's cool that a tuple can be
passed as variadic args.
Thanx very much for your reply :)
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